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2010-06-28 21:25:41.000 – Marty,  Summit Cat


Meeeeeeooooowwww it’s your favorite cat Marty, with Ryane one of the museum attendants here to translate for me.

When she first came up I wasn’t sure if I liked her or not, she tried to take meeeeowwww down to where she works all the time but I managed to escape.Brain, the big boss, went down there a lot so I followed him to investigate. I am getting used to her and have ventured down there alone to visit, I guess she is OK.

I like to visit because I see myself EVERYWHERE! I am on postcards, posters, I even have my own coffee mug!Next time you humans visit the mountain be sure to check out the summit museum and gift shop down the stairs of the Sherman Adams building, I sometimes will make an appearance and maybe even let you pet meeeeowwww.

OK humans, time to head outside!


Marty,  Summit Cat

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