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MK Anderson

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That so sweet! Keeba and Pergies are always wrapped up together too.
 
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MK Anderson

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Guess it answers the question of how well savannahs get along with other cats! :big grin:
 

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Arline

Savannah Super Cat
Paige, love the pics of your two snuggling. Your DSH looks lots like a Russian Blue! Does he have green eyes?

MK, your kitties snuggling are so cute. Such contrast between the colors of these two! LOL
 

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Paige
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arline, he has yellow eyes...I got him at 5 weeks off the street - he was feral. Took him in and he is a very loving, great cat. However, not one of my friends has ever seen him - he will not come out from under the bed if a stranger enters the house...but Taj and Zuri have managed to bring him out of his shell quite nicely.
 

Arline

Savannah Super Cat
arline, he has yellow eyes...I got him at 5 weeks off the street - he was feral. Took him in and he is a very loving, great cat. However, not one of my friends has ever seen him - he will not come out from under the bed if a stranger enters the house...but Taj and Zuri have managed to bring him out of his shell quite nicely.

Well he's beautiful and very lucky you took him in. Also that he has other good kitty friends to share his life with. My domestic doesn't come out for too many "strangers" either. Usually as soon as he hears the doorbell, he high-tails it to the bedroom, under the bed. :)
 
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