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  1. Jonathan says:

    You don’t need another cat. But you wouldn’t be posting this if you didn’t secretly want one!

  2. Andrew says:

    Harsh, but accurate. I don’t want one, really, but Dragon is kinda adorable — and did I mention his name is Dragon? It’s hard to say no to cute things. Wives, kittens, etc.

  3. Andrew says:

    The decision we made on our way down to a meeting was no. It was a poor idea.

    Then while we were at Animal Talk to pick up our next set of foster cats (I blame my wife), we found out that Dragon, our cuddly little monster, is just a little monster to other people. And then we were there when a girl came in crying with two cats she had to give up because of she was moving into a new apartment (“Check if your cats are permitted before you sign a lease”).

    Mandrina looked at me, her eyes misting up.

    We came home with Dragon AND the foster set.

  4. Jonathan says:

    It IS hard to say no to cute things. I look forward to meeting this Dragon.

    Give him my best kitty shoulder massage (I’ve been told I give a good one).