keskililli

keskililli, Finland
  • Country Finland
  • Member since Joined 27th Oct., 2009
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About Kimmo...

Hello!

I'm a teacher from Pori, Finland. Pori is a city of 100000 inhabitants and it's situated in western part of Finland.

We have now four cats: Ragdoll breed cat called Manu, he's 15 years old and still he's the King of the House. Our second cat is Martti, he is 4 years old Maine Coon, Martti has only three legs, but he is very active cat. Third cat is Siamiese, called Miisku, she came to us due our friend got allergy from cats, Miisku is about 4,5 years old, she's truly a heat seeking cat. Our fourth cat is a ordinary house cat, we are calling her by the name Pirpana (it means small one or little one), she came from the local animal shelter home. She loves to stay out in our outside cat yard. She's now 3,5 years old.

My other collecting area are stamps. Especially I'm collecting cat and dog stamps. If it's possible, please use real stamps on your postcard or even better if you can add a cat stamp, thank you. So, I like my postcards written and stamped.

These postcards are always very welcome:
- cats
- cats in comics (Garfield, Sylvester and etc.)
- Hello Kitty (from Japan and with Hello Kitty stamps)
- Disney Cars (especially El Mater)
- any other cute animal
- soccer or football
- funny postcards
- UNESCO World Heritage
- other beautiful landscape

Especially I'm looking postcards by these themes and artists.
- Rosina Wachtmeister
- Gustav Klimt
- Hundertwasser
- Wolf-Dieter Pfennnig
- from Taiwan Meets the Cat series
- Korea Art of Jetoy cat series
- Lancy cat series

You can send me ad postcard, if it's suitable to my collection areas.

If you can't find any suitable postcard, I will be happy to receive any kind of postcard.

Please note, do not send your own photos or hand made postcards or your own made postcards. Please, do not put a postcard to an envelope and please use real stamps.

Happy Postcrossing!

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