so kitty sneaks over to snowy's house and sets up some monster speakers. then she puts on some rockin tunes, flips the switch, and..................the music blares, fire works go off, search lights aim for the sky. then kitty roars off in her car, unheard cuz of all the music. mwa ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
If your car could travel at the speed of light, would your headlights work - steven wright
My Snowy is having a hard time? NOOOOO! That is not allowed! Not in the Patch! Snowy sweetie pie, I hope you are OK, and know that we love you to bits too! Sending you lots and lots of love and so many hugs that you are guaranteed to have a few left over! Positive thoughts too! We love you snowy!
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