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JackieO

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New Zealands new PM has a pet not just any pet a disabled pet

Just look at my poor crippled paws

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I even have my own twitter account

Paddles‏ @FirstCatofNZ

Hi, I'm Paddles and I am the First Cat of New Zealand. I have opposable thumbs, I'm purrty special.

 

 

 

:Sick1: #extremevirtuesignal

 

 

Meanwhile in the White House

Trump family breaks with presidential pet tradition

The Donald really doesn't give a shit lol  B|

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25 minutes ago, JackieO said:

New Zealands new PM has a pet not just any pet a disabled pet

Just look at my poor crippled paws

image.png.3516bbd8f3e8c07cf34628e21ec578c8.png

I even have my own twitter account

Paddles‏ @FirstCatofNZ

Hi, I'm Paddles and I am the First Cat of New Zealand. I have opposable thumbs, I'm purrty special.

Looks like polydactic syndrome (extra toes), not uncommon in cats, Ernest Hemingway had heaps of them and their descendants still live at his former house on Key West.

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8 minutes ago, Knock Out Johnny said:

hmmm... Clinton kept a pussy on a leash 

President Bill Clinton walks with the family cat, Socks, as he arrives back at the White House in 1993 after a speech.

For such an alleged pussy enthusiast Kevin Spacey was a strange choice of wingman.

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16 minutes ago, Knock Out Johnny said:

hmmm... Clinton kept a pussy on a leash xD

President Bill Clinton walks with the family cat, Socks, as he arrives back at the White House in 1993 after a speech.

I know it is an illusion, but in that photo it looks like the other side of the leash has been tied to his c0ck!

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