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Pets Corner July 09

02 Jul 2009

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Watergate resident Julie Collings has her hands full with her cats Luciano and Lexi.

Although female Lexi is only four months and male Luciano is two years old, Julie says the kitten rules the roost.

“Like all women, she makes her presence known,” she said.  “Lexi’s just gorgeous.”

She said Russian Blue Luciano was far more docile than the young domestic shorthair.

“He’s let her come in and dictate terms around here including when it’s play time and when it’s sleep time.”

“They get on so well together.”

Julie said the cats were her “personal assistants” for her home-based businesses of advertising sales and “cruelty free” fashion dog and cat collars.

“They always seem to become very active and noisy whenever I am on the phone,” she said.

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Comments

  • Lisa at 1:58pm on 08/07/09

    I know where to come for a good PA. Lovely shot.  Lisa

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