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They are wonderful, and I agree that you did an amazing job on the first one with the different colors in its fur. I would be quite happy to see those on my table!

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Love all three, especially their fur patterns! 

 

First one I want to pet or scritch between the ears, second one clearly wants a ball or chew rope to play with, and the third.... I think the third needs a steak first to warm up and make me stop looking like a talking, dancing steak. At least going by their expressions anyways... 

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I just picked these up myself.

great inspiration here. I may “borrow” your references.....

 

animals are easily my fav subjects, and you did these perfectly.

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