Well yes... now I am a bit crabby.

Meet Mr.Cuddles...he is a big deal!

This little orange cat showed up on my deck a couple of years ago bringing me a variety of gift such as dead bunnies, squirrels and crows. He would walk me to my car each morning when I left for work and always seemed to be waiting for me when I got home. Once my husband and I started talking about letting him move in with us the gifts he started bringing us started to change... he started to "borrow" the neighbor kids stuffed animals and beanie babies and leaving them on the deck by the door. Once we decided to move we went and got him his shots and moved him in side. We soon found he was the most cuddly critter around. He would come up and hug your leg, give you kisses and meow till you pick him up and give him "the pets" He doesn't love to be dressed up but he tolerates it (see his crab costume picture) Some hobbies Mr.Cuddles has, shredding 12 packs of toilet paper and any paper towel you may leave around instantly turning any room into a snow globe and pretending that he is a human by hogging the bed and sleeping on his back.

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