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  1. Good morning, I did get a chuckle. I thought they were aprons at first. An owl and a cat married, is an interesting concept, ha ha. My cats who feel the need to try to chase birds would really laugh at that notion.

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    • Good morning! I’m glad you got a chuckle. I remember the poem about the owl and the pussycat. If I remember correctly, it was in a book that I had, and there was a picture of the owl and the pussycat in a boat. So seeing this, brings back good memories for me. I also remember my dad talking about the owl and the pussycat. It’s a funny and endearing notion, I think. Our cat stays inside, but looks out our front door (which is glass) at all kinds of stuff. Hope you have a great day!

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  2. These are so sweet and they indeed brought a smile to me this morning, Betty. I remember my Mom reading “The Owl and the Pussycat” to me when I was a small child. If I recall correctly, they went to sea in a pea green boat. I also remember the illustration in the book. I’m almost certain that in the illustration, their “boat” was a pea pod. Thank you for the wonderful memory 😊 I won’t be posting to my blog for a couple of days because we’re busy holding a garage sale this weekend, but I’ll continue to check in for a minute each morning. Have a great weekend!

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    • Yes, I remember the poem and that boat, too! I read it as a child, and for some reason, I remember my dad liking and talking about that poem. I may have the book from my childhood with the poem and an illustration of the owl and the pussycat in the boat. I am going to look for it later and will let you know. Good luck with your garage sale! I always enjoyed getting rid of stuff, making a bit of money, and the actual sale itself.

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