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Write note TeamSeekAndWeShallFind posted a note for The Life of Geo

Wednesday, February 06, 2013Wisconsin

OMG!!! I LOVE-LOVE-LOVE your cache page, your story, your photos, Geo and You The video clip is to-die-for aDoRaBLe His face is beautiful

I'm obsessed with kitties I have 8 They are all my favorites

You are an AMAZING person to do what you did I would've done the exact same thing and I have.....

My story..... I came to own my 2 most recent kitties when I picked them up in a barren cornfield in the middle of last winter about 50 miles south of where I live, in the middle of nowhere, while we were caching. It was FREEZING out!! They came out of the field together and walked right up to us like Geo did to you. The male, gorgeous, huge, tortoiseshell , jumped up on my shoulder and sat there and the female, a tiny little Calico, rubbed herself all over me.

They let us pick them up and put them in our vehicle. Just to be sure they didn't belong to someone we went to the only 2 houses there and they didn't belong to the people in either home.

We put them back in our vehicle and quit caching for the day. Drove to the nearest store for food and between them they ate 5 cans of cat food!! THEY WERE STARVING!

Today they are amazing and wonderful......gems......which is why I named the boy Jasper and the girl Ruby.

You and Geo are OBVIOUSLY meant to be together What an aWeSoMe thing you did I want to drive the 90 miles just to find your cache!! The world needs more people like yourself!

From One Cat Love to Another.....YOU ROCK!!!

Kimberly
of TeamSeek

edit....er. that's not Geo on the vaccum. shoulda realized that at first cuz that kittie has alotta white under it's chin. still cute though

This entry was edited by TeamSeekAndWeShallFind on Wednesday, 06 February 2013 at 22:42:05 UTC.

infoThis is the original cache type consisting, at a bare minimum, a container and a log book. Normally you'll find a tupperware container, ammo box, or bucket filled with goodies, or smaller container ("micro cache") too small to contain items except for a log book. The coordinates listed on the traditional cache page is the exact location for the cache.
 
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