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Needs to be renamed 'try to keep your cat still long enough to get a photo with an Omega' thread. Been trying for 20 minutes with my 1 cat, the other 2 are in hyper-play mode right now.
 
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I've got tiny 6.25" wrists.....none of my watches are going to fit around my cats necks. But I will make something work.
 

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I'm with you. i managed a very blurry pic of him complaining that i should have got the 42mm dia PO as the big size makes his wrist look thin

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Polly and her 1861

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Nah....I'm not letting my cats run around my house with an Omega that's expensive enough to have a divers extension!
 

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The only Omega I have with any cat is my old PO395 with my dear departed Desi, who left this life last April after 17 wonderful years:

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I do have a pix of my SKX013 with my chocolate point Siamese, but not with any Omegas. And forget getting anything with the seal point. (They are named, coincidentally, Jake and Elwood.) Jake would never deign to allow me to use him in such a shamelessly non-cat way. ;-)


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Here is Leon (Breitling) wearing his newly acquired Mark 4.5

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Same watch, and similar looking cats. Did someone just divide by 0 or something?
 
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