Joined 5 years ago
Hi! My name is Athena, and as my picture clearly shows, I am a cat. Like all cats, I enjoy laying on, and in, places I am not supposed too, chasing and catching birds, and eating. But. I will only eat if my bowl is completely filled. In addition to doing normal cat things, I like to write. How did a cat learn how to write? Well, it's a long story, maybe I will tell you about it sometime. If you beg me... My favorite thing to write about is stupid dogs. The people I own have a few dogs, so I know a little bit about those four legged, loyal to a fault,running around with their tongues hanging out, stupid tails always wagging, waste of oxygen animals. Actually, they are okay in my book, just don't tell them I said that. I will deny it.
5 months ago
Learn how to make your dog look professionally groomed at home.
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A list of small, mid-sized, and large dogs that don't shed.
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