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Callie the Wonder Cat and a skull I found up in a tree »Buy This Photo!«

These things happen. Despite all posting safeguards, sometimes one gets through. There is an antidote, however. Feel the Taos moment in the photo up above. It’s cool and humid (!) at 7,000 feet. The wind is blowing. Callie the Wonder Cat has her ears back and we don’t know why.

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  • Marti Fenton July 10, 2015, 10:36 PM

    The ears partially back is a soft alert. Things going on, interesting sounds, maybe the weather is changing, negative ions in the air. Not to worry but don’t get surprised. Wouldn’t it be cool to have rotating ears.

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