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Say Cheese, Molly the Cat


Camembert!

Buche de Chevre!

Cacio di Fossa!

Cheddar!

Molly the Cat loves cheese. Unfortunately, her tummy doesn't.

Missy Girl and I are heading over to Say Cheese, hosted by Jeanna of The Ched Curtain, and ABC Wednesday, lead by Melody and the ABCW team. Come join us.


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  1. What a cutie pie.

    Frankly My Dear

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  2. Molly is adorable! Looks like we both share the same problem - we love cheese but our tummies don't!

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    1. Missy Girl gives us the cute eye when we eat cheese, but we won't give into it.

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  3. So sweet :) Nice pic. Your words made me smile. Tummy has to be taken care too!

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  4. SLeep tight Molly

    Have a heartwarming en splendid ABC-Wednes-day / -week
    M e l o d y (team ABC-W)
    https://melodyk.nl/25-C

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  5. I also love cheese and it not nice to my stomach either.
    Coffee is on

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    1. Farmer's cheese is one of the few cheeses that doesn't unsettle mine, as long as I eat a little bit at a time.

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  6. I once had a cat who would do anything for cheese! :)

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    1. I can imagine! Fortunately for us, Molly gives up a lot sooner than she used to.

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  7. I hear they don't process lactose well. My dog never had much issue.

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    1. Dogs can eat nearly anything without upchucking it.

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  8. Hi! Nice shutter chance! Thanks for sharing.

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    1. You said it, Minoru. I was at the right place with the camera.

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  9. Poor Molly - what is she like with Milk does she smile for that too?!
    Wren x

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    1. No milk for her either. She smiles for bits of rib-eye streak.

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  10. Hi, Molly! What a sweetie pie!!!

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  11. That better be a big piece of cheese!

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  12. I think a lot of us share a cheese challenged tummy with Molly. She's lovely.
    dropping by from the ABCWed linkup.

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  13. Hi baby girl. Mi ol' ginger tabby wud snuffle around for bits of cheese even licking a soaking casserole dish for the stuff. Hope you're doing well, I am exhausted from all of this "healthy living" so I've no choice but to throw away my Saturday plans, play games on my phone and binge watch TV. I've been cheating and having a stray burger and slice here and there thinking it's okay as long as I don't eat the whole thing and have a side salad. Ha, deluding myself is fun.
    I was at a cat rescue a few days ago and wondered if you had anything like that in your neck of the words. I was taken with how much they act like your basic pet or I guess visa versa. I found myself talking to them in a way that would annoy a house cat.

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    1. Yeah, I figure it's "healthier" if I cut my burger in half and only eat the bun on one half, but I eat all the meat. Also "healthier" if I make locomoco which is a beef patty on rice with fried onions and garlic and a bit of soy sauce. I'm making myself hungry..
      We have a cat and dog rescue outside of town that we visited a couple of times before we met Molly at an adopt-a-pet fair. She seems to know when we've been hanging out with other cats.

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  14. I’d keep my fingers out of Miss Molly’s way if I were feeding her cheese (which obviously I shouldn’t be doing anyway).

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    1. Missy Girl doesn't have many teeth but she'll still nip a finger or two if I'm not watching. I love my baby.

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  15. What is it about the things that are bad for us that we crave so much?

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    1. I'm getting better at eating moderate portions. Sometimes a bag of chips can last 3 days.

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