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Old 07-09-2009, 08:44 AM   #3
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When Jack and I were living in Berkeley eons ago, and he worked odd shifts, I went out one Saturday morning and bought him a piece of cheesecake from a so-called Jewish deli. (I say so-called now, because I have since learned about the real thing, but at the time I thought it was real enough.)

Anyway, he had come home at dawn and was sleeping, so I put it in the fridge, and went about my day.

When Jack got up in mid-afternoon, he asked where the kitten was? We looked high and low, calling his name. Finally we were in the kitchen and heard his response. After looking everywhere else, we opened the fridge.

There was Niko, with about one-third of the slice of cheesecake remaining.

He was a master of making the best of a bad situation, a skill he exercised at other times as well.

   
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