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02 March 2009

Freda Look-A-Like

Found this photo in a Cost Plus flyer...

Looks so much like a younger Freda might have looked.

Freda on 20 Aug 2006.



Maggie and Mitch said...

Wow! That really does look like Freda! We are smiling!

Love ya lots,
Maggie and Mitch

FleasGang said...

He sure does look like Freda! Except not quite as stately :-)

Amber-Mae said...

Oh yeah, she does look like her but I think Freda was way more prettier!

Butt sniffs,
Solid Gold Dancer

Joe Stains said...

wow, right next to her photo it looks SO much like her!

Anonymous said...

We haven't been here for a while and are so sad to hear about Freda. We're crying now. She was a good girl. We're so sorry.

Pimm and Holly and their people

Thor said...

Yes, that looks like Freda. She was very pretty! I remember her always.


Greg Lee said...

WOWZY! That really does look like Freda!

Luv C$

Penny, Poppy & Patches said...

They could be twins...separated at births! We'll never forget you, Freda! We hope you're having loads of fun chasing our pals at the bridge!

Poppy, Penny & Patches

Dog Checks said...

Great shot, cross legged

Anonymous said...

Oi. Parabéns pelo seu excelente blog. Gostaria de lhe convidar para visitar meu blog e conhecer um pouco sobre o Brasil. Abração

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awww poor helios!!!! *hugs and tummy rubs from scout's mom*

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