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I think the top one is my favorite. the one where he's walking away from, that's one of the last ones, isn't it?Such a young beastier he was.Buckeye, Dealer of Rare Coins
I love the top one- I loved having him sprawled out on my desk while I was working.The bottom one was taken about 4 months prior to his death.I loved how he always carried that tail in an "S," flipping it from side to side.
we miss Maxx so much. sniff
Best boy evah!Keep an eye out for Spike and Nick, Maxx.
I feel like he's with me a lot.
I miss you buddy./Arthur J. GWPDA
*sigh*I really miss that plushy boy.Hope he and all teh new friends on teh comet are having a lotta fun...flory
And peeps, too... I am sure that Naomi has met Maxx somewhere on the Milky Way and now that she is there, she's no longer allergic to cats so can pick up lovely Maxx.
Maxx and Barbaro and Eight Belles and Waldo ... and so many others. May the Comet carry you to glory!...The Other Sarah
These are the best pictures of Maxx you've ever posted!
I feel like he's with me a lot.Oh, he is, Centaur. He peeks in on you and the Gurlz from time to time as the comet zooms by. (The angels drop pets off at their former homes for a quick little saunter as long as they pull the bell cord to let them know to slow it down. But you already knew that.)I believe he is indeed one of the finest kitteh boys ever. That little swagger in his walk shows that he knew every day that he was, and is, loved. Strut strut saunter saunter!Thank you, Maxx, for pulling a few strings and getting such great Plushy Gurlz for your Centaur. You're still keeping an eye on them all, aren't you, big fella?
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