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Cats owned: Moggies
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15-02-2006, 10:53 PM   #11

Re: Questions thread.


Eileen you are 15th on the list

http://www.catpages.co.uk/talkcats/s...ead.php?t=4350





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Cats owned: Leia: blue torbie
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Location: Washington, DC, USA
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15-02-2006, 10:55 PM   #12

Re: Questions thread.


Emma, after I was on this thread, went back & read Stickys where it said only in the UK..we had corresponded about this earlier & you said it would be OK that I am in the States & would send...is this still valid??? I really, really want the drawing of Leia & would be more than happy to cover postage charges overseas!!! Please let me know...thanks!! Eileen





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15-02-2006, 10:57 PM   #13

Re: Questions thread.


Hi Eileen,

No problem at all in sending you the originals, postage doesn't cost a great deal and I will let you know if there is anything to pay once shipped it will depend on what media I do the drawings pencils I can roll up into a postage tube, pastels are a bit more tricky and acrylics are more difficult still, but we can work something out





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16-02-2006, 03:57 AM   #14

Re: Questions thread.


Oh, Emma, thanks!!! Was worried about this when I read the bit about UK. I leave it up to you as to which medium you feel would make the best drawing;Leia is basically a greyish cat so maybe pencil drawing would be fine, but if you think pastels would be better, or if you'd just rather do pastels, HEY, it's your decision & I know I'll be delighted Also, thanks for letting me know where I was on the list; after I got off this site, went back and found where I was...I tend to hop around too much on these threads





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Cats owned: Its a black and white crossbreed
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Location: Oban
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17-09-2006, 02:45 PM   #15

Re: Questions thread.


hi i really like your drawings and would really like you to do 1 of my baby but don't have a clue how to gat a pic to you as im new to the site haha





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17-09-2006, 02:53 PM   #16

Re: Questions thread.


Hi Wee Sockschrisp, Emma is on holiday at the moment but I'm sure she will get back to you when she returns.

Meanwhile, why don't you go to our Introductions section where you can introduce yourself and your kitty to us.....then we will be able to give you a proper welcome and learn more about you both.......