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I've got a Tiger by the tail it's plain to see

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  1. grandpawrichard

    grandpawrichard Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    there won't be much when he gets through with me;
    I'm loosing weight and turning mighty pale,
    and it looks like I've got a Tiger by the tail!
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  2. EleanorR

    EleanorR Vaping Master ECF Veteran

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    Oooooooooh, STUNNING!

    Where on earth did you find him to photograph, GPR? (I'm fairly certain there are no tigers running loose in the Pacific Northwest . . :D)
     
  3. plantlvr

    plantlvr Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    What a beautiful tiger! Very nice photo GPR!
     
  4. grandpawrichard

    grandpawrichard Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    :) Thank you! :) I took her photo at the Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle, Wshington. Just a few days later she passed away. :(

    GPR
     
  5. Lisa66

    Lisa66 Vaping Master ECF Veteran

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    Great pic, GPR. She looked a little scraggly - maybe old or not well........ RIP, tiger.
     
  6. grandpawrichard

    grandpawrichard Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    Thanks Lisa. :) The tiger was 24 years old and her health had been failing for the past year, ever since her mate had died. :(

    That photo is now my wallpaper on my computer. :)

    GPR
     
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