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One of a series of cards showing off my new boys!  Selkirk Rex brothers, they resemble nothing quite so much as a pair of tiny sheep.  Jack, as clearly demonstrated here, is of a more lithe build, whereas I think Harry can most politely be described as “sturdy”. Not much about calligraphy here you might think, but then a good calligrapher knows when not to interfere. For cat lovers everywhere!

200: Jack be nimble

One of a series of cards showing off my new boys!  Selkirk Rex brothers they resemble nothing quite so much as a pair of tiny sheep.  Jack is of a more lithe build, whereas I think Harry can most politely be described as “sturdy”.  Both of them insist on their beauty sleep.  This is a pre-nap nap on a lazy Sunday.  No cushions were harmed in the taking of this photo. Not much about calligraphy here you might think, but then a good calligrapher knows when not to interfere. For cat lovers everywhere!

201: Cats 'n cushions

One of a series of cards showing off my new boys!  Selkirk Rex brothers they resemble nothing quite so much as a pair of tiny sheep.  Jack is of a more lithe build, whereas I think Harry can most politely be described as “sturdy”.  He is also very proud of his tail.  They both know better than to take on a giant sized stuffed rat. Not much about calligraphy here you might think, but then a good calligrapher knows when not to interfere. For cat lovers everywhere!

202: Mantlepiece cats

One of a series of cards showing off my new boys!  Selkirk Rex brothers they resemble nothing quite so much as a pair of tiny sheep.  Jack is of a more lithe build, whereas I think Harry can most politely be described as “sturdy”.  They have both perfected the art of the pityingly supercilious stare.  But a little extra practice never harms. Not much about calligraphy here you might think, but then a good calligrapher knows when not to interfere. For cat lovers everywhere!

203: Scarey Cats

One of a series of cards showing off my new boys!  Selkirk Rex brothers, they resemble nothing quite so much as a pair of tiny sheep.  Jack is of a more lithe build, whereas I think Harry can most politely be described as “sturdy”.  Here they are looking at their superior best.  No hint of the squealing & squabbling that got them both up there in the first place! Not much about calligraphy here you might think, but then a good calligrapher knows when not to interfere. For cat lovers everywhere!

204: Cat on a pedastal