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I thought "Hey, that sounds like a line from 'rejoice in the lamb' only it's not." But it is from the Christoper Smart poem that Benjamin Britten used...it's a great work... I keep thinking of for the mouse is a creature of great personal valour
They make that soft belly look so inviting and ruffle-able, and then so often rip into the hand that dares. The MIL used to have a cat that would expose his tummy deliberately, just so he could rip your hand off. He was a lovely cat though.
Oh! so soft! And it looks regularly stroked with love.
Yes, that is one very furry and much-exposed, much-stroked tum. But there is no ripping off of hands -- the only time she ever hurts me is non-deliberately, digging her claws in to get a better grip when draping herself around my shoulders like a fox fur.Everyone seems to have either sung or heard that Britten but me. It's fabulous, isn't it.
She has the colours of a marble cake.
Yes!The reddy-orange bits of tortoiseshells really are referred to as 'pink', apparently. The marble cake illusion is helped along by the swirliness of that long tummy fur, too.
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