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Fran: I showed this picture to my husband and daughter. She said it looks like a furry Roswell alien.

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EEEEKK! WHADDIZZIT???      

This cat obviously is sitting on a loudspeaker which has just let loose with high notes of  QUEEN's hit 'Bohemian Rhapsody' . 

 

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So, my second guess is that it is a part-bat, part-bunny-cat crossed with a papillion (sp?) dog who just ingested a hotter-than-jalepeno pepper.

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Good guess. My thought is that it's a cross between shocked fur, big eyes, extra long whiskers & way too many treats!

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I think he just got goosed by a mouse!

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Is it a combination of these two?

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This creature is double-dog daring the TV alien, ALF, (whose favorite food is cat) to "Just come on and see how you fare with ME!  You'll be fatally hair-balled before you ever get to cat!"

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Has ANYBODY come up with a good way to deal with static electricity?

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Rubbing a fabric softener sheet on hair to tame static. May not be safe on a cat because they lick themselves.

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