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    And yes I know it's been a truly trying and awful year for all of I us I dare say, but as this really horrific year comes to an end, let's try look back and be grateful for the positive and happy things that happened in our lives in 2020.

    1 - My Final Precious Months, Weeks, Days, Minutes and Moments with Ruby. The pain of losing her still aches my soul, maybe forever, but I will still fondly remember and cherish the Final year and months I spent with my Tortie Baby . Forever and a day. I spent almost half of my life loving and caring for Rubes. Forever in my heart

    2 . Leeds United - I would have thought in any other year, as a long suffering Leeds Utd fan that us winning promotion would have been my highlight of the decade, been awaiting this for so many painful years and miserable season's, but I still remember Ruby licking the tears off my face many times when I was crying, she was and will forever will be my life..

    3. Donald Trump's Election loss/Joe and Kamala's election triumph - Restored my faith in the majority of decent, hard working people of the USA.

    4 Making Peace with Suzi Loverofcatsandfooty

    Me and Sooz have had a pretty controversial history over the past 10 years or so, hope that we finally have buried the hatchet, Suzi is a kind hearted person I believe, a short fuse and extremely misunderstood person, and I not proud of how i treated her in the past.
    Last edited by Ampol; 12-24-2020, 10:24 AM.

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    I reckon you should look at getting another cute kitty.
    Or even a dog who will want you to throw a ball to play fetch with you.
    Our family had a jack russell terrier who played heaps of fetch.
    That way you can walk the dog when you need to get out of the house.

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      Originally posted by Loverofcatsandfooty View Post
      I reckon you should look at getting another cute kitty.
      Or even a dog who will want you to throw a ball to play fetch with you.
      Our family had a jack russell terrier who played heaps of fetch.
      That way you can walk the dog when you need to get out of the house.
      Thanks Suzi I get the appeal about having a Dog,, but I have always been a Cat person, owner myself

      I still need time to grieve and get over Ruby's death, it would be so unfair to get a new pet/kitty whilst still mounting my deceased darling.

      I still miss Rubes so much it hurts.

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        #4
        Think I prefer the drunk Ampol🤣

        All jokes aside good on y'all 👍🏼

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          #5
          Suze rules

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