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Guy Babin: The Quest for a Man Cat

Astounding proposal from this emigrant from the swampland of Louisiana, who arrived on the shores of Cool Springs Creek yearning to breathe free, and has done ready come up the one of the greatest idea yet to bring fame and bragging rights to Gradyville, KY. The Man Cat.Maybe bigger than when "Jerdan" Peacock (Jordan Peacock) made Gradyville the World Equine Capitol. Maybe bigger than the Richie Janes' invention of "Make-Your-Fortune-Raising-Beef-with-a-Smart Dog," (Freddie Rowe does the same thing with a Smart-Phone on the other side of the county) maybe even bigger than Woodson Nell's work making Gradyville the U.S. Turnip Capitol: We can see it now: Tourists from everywhere coming through Columbia, inquiring of the wonderful Downtown Docents: Where Do I Go to Get My Man Cat? And they'll need to give only one answer: Gradyville!
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By Guy Babin

There are all kinds of cats out there . . . Long haired, short hairs, fancy pedigreed cats, mangy cats, alley cats, finicky cats, snobby cats that only like girls, cats that have to be inside, cats that refuse to eat anything but "gourmet" food--ya get the drift.

What I need on my small piece of paradise in Gradyville, is a bona fide man cat. This cat is cool with hanging out with me in the shop. He'd need to know better than to poop in my boot, or nap on the manifold of my Chevy. Not overly dependent for emotional support, he'd also have to be cool with a hello in the morning and some quality time in the man cave with me next to my keyboard before supper in the eve.



He'd have to be secure enough in his catness to chill out in the presence of dogs, and have a propensity for managing field mice, whilst not causing an extinction of my beloved songbirds.

He'd be well fed with quality rations; however pedestrian, with all medical needs provided by Dr. Olt like the rest of our small animal menagerie.

Should such a feline exist that happens to be available, and motivated for such a life, I'd love to add him to our family here on Cool Springs Creek Farm. Guy, Gradyville, Paradise USA. 270-205-1669 gdbabin@outlook.com


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