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Susie (My Dog)

This is the last pet, honestly. (apart from the 5 turkeys - too hard to get photos of them)

We have a cat who comes here every day, and spends all day here, she's not technically ours though.

Anyway, this is Susie, she's a king cockerspaniel cross terrior, yes, she's old, not sure how old though. I still love her, and she's hopefully going to continue her doggy years for awhile!

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Aww, she has that adorable scruffy face! Too cute!



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Susie is precious. About the turkeys... do you celebrate Thanksgiving in Australia?
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She's so cute! I have 3 dogs so fellow dog lover here.
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Lol, nope, we don't.
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Susie is adorable!

I know what you mean about the cats. We have quite a few who come and sit on our porch all day... but they're not ours

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Susie is adorable!

I know what you mean about the cats. We have quite a few who come and sit on our porch all day... but they're not ours
Thanks hun.

Haha, yeah! I'd loveee a Cat but we're not aloud them here. (where I live) But hey, I can still hang out with the kitty that comes here every day, I quite like having her for company, plus she's not technically ours so the owner of the house can't do anything.
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Thanks hun.

Haha, yeah! I'd loveee a Cat but we're not aloud them here. (where I live) But hey, I can still hang out with the kitty that comes here every day, I quite like having her for company, plus she's not technically ours so the owner of the house can't do anything.
Haha very true! We actually feed the strays, so we're asking for it. There is one cat that isn't a stray (he's too well fed!) who always tries to come into our house. We're pretty sure he's a house cat.

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Haha very true! We actually feed the strays, so we're asking for it. There is one cat that isn't a stray (he's too well fed!) who always tries to come into our house. We're pretty sure he's a house cat.
Omg, I feed the cat that comes here too! But my mum doesn't know so SHH! I think that's why she keeps coming back.

That cat sounds exactly like the one that comes here, she tries to get into the house too - sadly I think her owners don't feed her, well if they do, only very little.. I know cats eat a lot, but honestly this cat comes here in the morning and it's SO hungry and thirsty it's not funny, but I can't say if the owners do or don't feed her.. I assume this because she comes to my house always hungry and thirsty. She was pretty skinny too whens he first started coming, she's fattened up though to what a normal cat should look like. Sigh.
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Omg, I feed the cat that comes here too! But my mum doesn't know so SHH! I think that's why she keeps coming back.

That cat sounds exactly like the one that comes here, she tries to get into the house too - sadly I think her owners don't feed her, well if they do, only very little.. I know cats eat a lot, but honestly this cat comes here in the morning and it's SO hungry and thirsty it's not funny, but I can't say if the owners do or don't feed her.. I assume this because she comes to my house always hungry and thirsty. She was pretty skinny too whens he first started coming, she's fattened up though to what a normal cat should look like. Sigh.
We try to feed the strays a lot in the fall so they can fatten up before winter. We have an old dog house that we put straw in for them to have some shelter in the cold weather too.

Poor baby! It's a good thing you are feeding her! Have you named her??

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We try to feed the strays a lot in the fall so they can fatten up before winter. We have an old dog house that we put straw in for them to have some shelter in the cold weather too.

Poor baby! It's a good thing you are feeding her! Have you named her??
That's a brilliant idea, it'll be nice and warm for them.

Haven't named her, but mum keeps saying 'that cat keeps coming back here for you' LOL. She's not a cat lover, but she knows how much I like this kitty even if she isn't ours I'll still feed her and etc.. well I'll continue to.
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Awe scruffy puppy!
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