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Saturday, 12 April 2014

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Waning influence of the Dog Star Sirius to usher in the new Maine Coon age

Sydney, Australia - Sultry American presidential dog daze are almost over according to a famous Australian medium's prediction that the next President of the United States 'will be a major Maine Coon fan'.

Blossom Goodchild, who wowed political pundits by correctly forecasting Barack Obama's 2008 presidential victory, has had a vision of America's premier feline breed taking pride of place in the West Wing to restore sanity to a doggone nation.

Channeling a Native American spirit called 'White Cloud' Ms Goodchild blames crazy canine spirit antics for much that's gone wrong with the White House 'ether', singling out Bill Clinton's chocolate Labrador Buddy for triggering a spate of bad-ass vibes.

And she's none too happy with Dubya's old pooches, Barney and Miss Beasley, for lingering negative canine hexoplasm.

"A lot of it's to do with the waning influence of Sirius, the Dog Star," Goodchild commented, "responsible for other doggy atrocities like Vladimir Putin's bitch Koni (sic) and Sarah Palin's mutt Biden."

Fortunately the return of the Cat's Eye Nebula to the Northern Horizon can be relied upon to bring much needed balance to the dog-eat-dog world by restoring the cat world's majestic giants to their rightful center stage place.

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