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6:50 PM, May 17, 2013  |  Comments
Felt mice and glitter balls are fine for routine feline fun, but 'little techno savvy Tango'' likes to up the ante by playing his favorite fishing game on the iPad. Rescued by Mike and Brenda Fricton of Suring as an 8-week-old kitten, the orange cutie is now a year old. Like any good cat should, 'he adds lots of sassiness to our household. Never a dull moment ...''
Felt mice and glitter balls are fine for routine feline fun, but 'little techno savvy Tango'' likes to up the ante by playing his favorite fishing game on the iPad. Rescued by Mike and Brenda Fricton of Suring as an 8-week-old kitten, the orange cutie is now a year old. Like any good cat should, 'he adds lots of sassiness to our household. Never a dull moment ...''
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