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Default It's not about the cats, it's yard art.

Or so she claims. No matter what she 'claims', spending however much money to make a cat house that size means she is a crazy cat lady.
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So, if you screw up a project, just stick it in your yard and call it yard art.

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.....Call me a craftsman, artisan, or artistic, and I will accept that. Call me an artist and you will likely get a quite rude comment in return. I am not a @#$%ing artist.
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Hmmm. Why go to all that trouble for a cat? Our pastor says that God invented cats so dogs would have something to chew on.
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Crazy cat lady with money.

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I wonder what he did get paid to make it. N
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Me too. At 300 hours of work, if he only charged $5 per hour (and I'm sure he charged a lot more than that) it would come to $1500, not including cost of materials. I wouldn't be surprised if it was in the $10,000 range. Crazy cat lady with money to burn.
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John; if you mess up in this life you might be reincarnated as a cat in the next...living next to the guy with Huskies.
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Don't believe in reincarnation so I don't worry about it. Comedienne Rita Rudner- Every time I see a cat I think, What a waste of fur!
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Me too. At 300 hours of work, if he only charged $5 per hour (and I'm sure he charged a lot more than that) it would come to $1500, not including cost of materials. I wouldn't be surprised if it was in the $10,000 range. Crazy cat lady with money to burn.
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Better than spending your money in a cat house.

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