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HI OOPSS & FAMILY! WELCOME TO THE CAT CHANNEL!|
It's so nice to meet you! We hope you will look around the CC, there is so much to see and do. Click on some of the links on the home page for all sorts of fun and information!
There's a University where you can learn all about our wonderful feline friends, and at the same time, earn badges that will post on your page.
The CC community is comprised of thousands of pages. There is:
*Catpaign and Mews Room page #46883 where kitties post their news and the Cat of the Day campaigns are announced
*Birthday Central #73341 where you can register your birthday
*Mouse Hockey League (see Dean page #36497 for details)
*Rainbow Bridge Scoop newspaper (Angel Duckie, Editor, #51627) for kitties who have crossed over.
*Community Directory on page #112364
Also, it's good to congratulate the Cat of the Day winner every day. You will make a lot of new friends like that.
Do you know how to travel around the CC by page number? Simply erase your 6-digit page number from the address string at the end of the URL in your browser and type in the page number you want to visit. Press enter.
So go ahead, click on some of the kitty's names and go visit their page, it's fun!
On behalf of the CMR Welcome Committee, this is Charlotte leaving a welcome vote for you!
Come visit me, OFFLINE...... Missing our sweet angels - & Q. Charlotte.
11/08/2011 06:41.00 PM
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Welcome to CC: FurFriend OOPSS|
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1572: Tycho's supernova, explosion of a white dwarf star, is observed in the Milky Way constellation known as Cassiopeia
Jupiter rules the night in November 2011 as it shines and beams, like a lighthouse, in the east moving westward and upward from evening dusk until morning dawn.
Meteors in annual showers originate as grains of dust or ice in space, left behind by comets. After midnight, the part of Earth you’re standing on has turned so that you face head on into the incoming stream of space debris. So you typically see more meteors after midnight – unless the moon happens to rise in the middle of the night. Although the moon may wash out some Leonid meteors, it acts as your guide to the meteor shower radiant and the red planet Mars.
The annual Leonid meteor shower ramps up a few additional streaks of light and gets underway in November 6. With the Moon currently waxing toward Full, the best views will come before dawn tomorrow and Tuesday in the hour or two after the Moon sets. Astronomers expect the shower to peak the night of November 17/18.
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(,,) - (,,) - Chloe, 9/26/11 COTD
Come visit me, Team RAGDOLL PAWesome PURRsonality #235194, :¦:Chloe:•:(¯`v´¯):•- :208036:¦: & Team CHLOE, a PAWSitively PURRfect NAME #234964.
11/06/2011 11:54.21 PM
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