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Thread: Phased Plasma Cat in the 40 Watt Range

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    Default Phased Plasma Cat in the 40 Watt Range

    Remember a couple of weeks ago when we were all transporting our cats Star Trek style. Well, I wondered what other mischief my moggy could come up with.

    Seems he's now time travelling Terminator style!!!!

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    Go to the top of the class!

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    Well done Millsy.

    That cat has put on a bit of weight since last time though. Must be all that hyper travel rather than good old fashioned exercise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by purejammy
    Well done Millsy.

    That cat has put on a bit of weight since last time though. Must be all that hyper travel rather than good old fashioned exercise.
    If only he got the 'fat cat' salary too!

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    Loved it Mr. Mills.

    You take the top spot on that one, although I am still contemplating reporting you all to the RSPCA.

    Just an FYI, I am not a cat lover I promise


    You all make this look so so so easy.

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    Just brilliant. Well done!
    I wish I had time to play around and come up with stuff like that.

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    Yeah, i liked this one too.

    We're cruel to cats here, aren't we?
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    Brilliant! Laughed out loud at that!!

    Love a good bit of pussy nudity!

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    That was good. nice orb. that cat looked ultra comfortable, considering what it was going through.
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    wow thats cool

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