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That reminds me of a White Mountain puzzle. Does it have a cat in it?
 

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That reminds me of a White Mountain puzzle. Does it have a cat in it?
It's supposed to! The box is hidden away in a closet as I don't look while I'm doing it, so I can't say offhand what brand it is.
 

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Oh that's cute!!

Finding all the little hidden things is what kept me so interested in the Thomas Kinkade Cinderella puzzle. That tree does look like it could make you go cross eyed though. :crazy:
 
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I'd be tempted by the kittens Winchester Winchester . Love the others, but they look hard.
I'm a bit of a jigsaw wimp.. I like them relatively easy. :biggrin:
 

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Ooooh, I just found this thread! The puzzles all look wonderful! I love jigsaw puzzles, but my previous cat would always jump up on an unfinished puzzle, swat some pieces down for his buddy the dog, who would then chew them. Even covering it with a blanket didn't help. So I stopped. But now with Covid, time, and a new cat, I've bought some 100 piece puzzles so I can put them together and take them apart at the same sitting. I have gotten several animal ones, because most of the puzzles that size are for kids and I don't feel like putting together superheroes. Last night I put on an Enya CD and put together a Springbok lion puzzle, before that was a Ravensburger dogs at the beach one, and before that a Melissa and Doug Horse Corral which I did several times. So peaceful. Since my current cat doesn't seem too interested in the puzzle pieces, I'm going to try a 300 piece Bits and Pieces one called Owls Head, a New England harbor scene. Maybe I'll actually get back to bigger puzzles again!
 
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It's a gorgeous jigsaw Lari... :)
I've started a new one that I thought was going to be really difficult, but I'm getting through it really quickly..
 
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