OT: This must be one of my cousins ;)
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Great news article about a lab
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  Re: OT: This must be one of my cousins ;) by labradors ([url=http://www.foxn...)
Now isn't that a nice story. And no pet was eaten in the process I would really like to know what the "one cat" did to receive a medal. I love cats, but you typically don't get a medal for looking adorable.
Theresa

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  Re: Re: OT: This must be one of my cousins ;) by chef_Tab (Now isn't that a nic...)
LOL! Actually, when I typed my original message, I almost added, "Oh... just ignore the part about the cat," but it wouldn't have made sense until after the article had been read.
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  Re: Re: OT: This must be one of my cousins ;) by labradors (LOL! Actually, when...)
AWWWWW! Look at that face! So sweet! What a great story, Rob...THANKS!
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  Re: Re: OT: This must be one of my cousins ;) by Gourmet_Mom (AWWWWW! Look at tha...)
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AWWWWW! Look at that face! So sweet! What a great story, Rob...THANKS!




While I was reading this the story came on national news (ABC). How about that!!??!! Good dog that!!
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  Re: Re: OT: This must be one of my cousins ;) by Old Bay ([blockquote]Quote:[h...)
I'm sure that now, in retirement, he's perfectly contented with a tennis ball, instead.
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  Re: Re: OT: This must be one of my cousins ;) by labradors (I'm sure that now, i...)
We almost adopted a black Lab last fall, but someone else beat us to it. They are awesome dogs!

About the feline recipient of the Dickin medal:

1949: Simon – the ship's cat on HMS Amethyst during the Yangtze Incident, noted for surviving injuries from a cannon shell, raising morale and killing off a rat infestation during the incident, by doing this duty despite being wounded. He was raised to the fanciful rank of "Able Seacat" and awarded a campaign medal. The medal was sold by the Royal Navy and is now a valuable collectors item, partly because Simon has been the only cat to win the medal

The rest can be read about at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dickin_Medal
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  Re: Re: OT: This must be one of my cousins ;) by foodfiend (We almost adopted a ...)
Thanks for that Vicci! I love a good cat story. I thought that mouse control may have been part of that story. All I know is that we have yet to have a rodent problem in any house we have lived in. And I am never at a loss for entertainment.
Theresa

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  Re: Re: OT: This must be one of my cousins ;) by foodfiend (We almost adopted a ...)
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We almost adopted a black Lab last fall, but someone else beat us to it. They are awesome dogs!

About the feline recipient of the Dickin medal:

1949: Simon – the ship's cat on HMS Amethyst during the Yangtze Incident, noted for surviving injuries from a cannon shell, raising morale and killing off a rat infestation during the incident, by doing this duty despite being wounded. He was raised to the fanciful rank of "Able Seacat" and awarded a campaign medal. The medal was sold by the Royal Navy and is now a valuable collectors item, partly because Simon has been the only cat to win the medal

The rest can be read about at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dickin_Medal




Hear, hear, good Seacat that!!
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  Re: Re: OT: This must be one of my cousins ;) by Old Bay ([blockquote]Quote:[h...)
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Hear, hear, good Seacat that!!




Bah! He was only in it for the fish.
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