Do you have a Nupoleeon cat?

Posted By Liz Loadholt @ Jun 24th 2011 3:23pm In: Family

photo of Eliza Valero

photo of Eliza's handwritten post

When my granddaughter, Eliza,heard me talking with our 18 year old grandson, Wilson, about writing a post for me, she wanted to write one for me.  I told her that of course, I would love for her to be a guest writer on my blog.  So, the below is from Eliza. Thank you, Eliza.

 

Nupoleeon Cats

photo of Napoleon cat standing

 

I'll start off like this --they have legs the size of a mouse standing up on his hind legs. 

 

 

photo of Napoleon cat showing the weiner dog look

 

The length of its body is the size of a weener  dog.

 

 

If you like untanguling nots,you would like a long hare. If you do not, you would like a short hare.

If you feed them to much thare body will lump down.

They are the only kind of cat that are sweet and not hiper.

You can dress them up.

And when they are ferst born they are the size of a flower wine cap. Oh, I ment thare  whole  body.

They are a new cat breed.  With the old fashioned Persian baby dolll face and body type.

By Eliza Valero

 

Mama Liz signature with pink ribbon in the middle

 

 

 

 


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Comments (8)

Art Valero says...
on 06/27/11

What a great post!

I had no idea these types of cats even existed - you learn something new everyday!

Eliza, I am so proud of you, keep up the good work!

Dad

Liz Loadholt says...
on 07/06/11

Thanks, Art for commenting here.

Liz Loadholt says...
on 06/26/11

Thanks, Boyd -- I will let Eliza know.

Boyd says...
on 06/26/11

I really enjoyed learning about the cat! Write some more!

Liz Loadholt says...
on 06/26/11

Eliza -- thanks for the comment -- I know that it was hard work, but you did a great job.
Love you, Nanny

Eliza valero says...
on 06/25/11

It was vary hard work but it was wirth it because I like macking peple smile :)

Liz Loadholt says...
on 06/24/11

Carol -- your are a doll -- Eliza will be sooo excited -- thank you so much.

Carol Smith says...
on 06/24/11

What a GREAT post! Thanks, Eliza. I learned something new today! I hope you get to be a guest writer from time to time. I like your style!

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