The trials and tribulations of Rocky the Gutter Cat
Good luck, Rocky. I am a little bit worried with the real estate market that your gutter may not sell too quickly. ps: It is not right of Mr. Tinydik to waste all that water.
I think that "little water problem" might affect the gutter's desirability in this tight market. You may want to reshoot the marketing photo on a dry day. But at least you're honest about its deficiencies.One of your spicy vixens,~Bathsheba
Renting is smart right now since it is a buyers market. Mr.Tinydik should hold his water!
I see Mr. Tinydik is watering again...he's what mom mite call 'a bagosh-it-furbranes' or maybe he's just unejumakated. So, had any offers on da old gutter? Can yoo send my sisfur home today, she reely needs to help wif some stuff...~Speedy
HAHAHA, I dunno if it's going to be as grate of a place withowt the hottest cat on the block living in it! I'll ask Cheeto if he is inturested in renting it owt! -Rosie
If Mr. Tinydik's water is a problum yoo could tell purrspektif byers that it is a furry clean gutter that is regyoolarly washed.
Deffinitely has curb appeal!
Well maybe Mr. Tinkydik will rent it? Or how about that dog that keeps leaving dookies? Chase
You need to list your gutter as "waterfront property" with a great view. Oh, and jack up the price a whole bunch so that it will seem all the more desirable. If you'd like, I could teleport over and stand seductively beside the "Take One" box ... 'cept potential renters might think that I'M what they could take one of ... No, that'd never work 'cuz my mom would get mad at you if I got rented.DMM
You're in Castro Valley - how can the property not be moving?!
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