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Mo was always read to slap you. Here she draws back, claws on the ready. Photo by Louise Peacock

Caturday — Mo, The Destroyer

2015 — 2017

In 2015, we adopted Mo after her owner made a plea on Facebook for her to be rehomed. His lovely wife disliked cats and wanted Mo to leave. While she waited for a new home, Mo hung out in her owners’ recording studio. Apparently she struck up a friendship with some rappers who were recording there.

Mo was not well when we got her, and over time she got worse and was in a lot of pain. Eventually in 2017 we had to send her over the rainbow bridge.

There are more photos, but Medium is not working properly, so I will have to add them later.

Well, so footnote to that remark is that I can add photos from some directories, but not others. Not file size dependent, nor date dependent, nor browser dependent, just some stupid Medium thing — because I have definitely added picture of Mo in previous stories …

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Louise Peacock

Louise Peacock

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Louise Peacock is a writer, garden designer, Reiki practitioner, singer-songwriter & animal activist. Favorite insult “Eat cake & choke” On Medium since 2016.