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Willis the Cat: Alert on post



2013-07-30 - Old Gradyville Road, Gradyville, KY - Photo by Sharon Whitehurst. Willis makes sure Farm would not go to hell in a hand-basket 'Late in the afternoon, having overseen the arrival and departure of cars belonging to family and neighbors, Willis strolled to his favorite siesta spot, the large rock on the front lawn. He sprawled luxuriously, only to be disturbed by the boy cats tearing past in pursuit of a butterfly. His expression, all flattened ears and glaring eyes, suggested that a decent hard-working cat couldn't have a moment's rest without the farm going to hell in a hand-basket!' - Sharon Whitehurst
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