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Old 06-27-05, 03:07 AM   #51
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We havnt gotten one yet. Fatcat normaly hisses at him and then its over. By the way jack is out 14 week old jack russel(sp?) cross. Hes a lil livewire
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Old 06-28-05, 01:38 AM   #52
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We have a cat. We know she is a girl. We know she is not able to have kittens. And she is a larger cat... The kitty came with the house. My stepfather had been living here for a year and he would feed her often. Now she sleeps in my room. In the middle of my bed. We think shes about ten years old. She doesnt have a real name. We call her fatcat( because she is) tiddles and princess pie...lol
<loses composure> Awww look at the sleeping kitty! <suddenly realizes what he said and ends the post sheepishly>
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Old 06-28-05, 11:06 PM   #53
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Since we have 8 of the damn things, I won't post a picture. They are all crazed and rule this house. Bob, Myrtle, Missy, Apimac (Acronym for "Another Pain In My Azz Cat), GG, Buster, Eyelean, and last but not least, Fernando. And there is a constant parade of sick and pregnant cats we foster for the local shelter. I like cats but I also love that book, "101 things to do with a dead cat". It feeds that fantasy I have on a regular basis. Especially after stepping on some regurgitated rodent one of them has deposited next to my side of the bed.
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Especially after stepping on some regurgitated rodent one of them has deposited next to my side of the bed.
That's a "gift" and would be quite common in the wild. Obviously one of the fuzzballs regards you as the "alpha"
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The hotel I stayed at in Middletown CA over the weekend was equipped with many cats, it was pretty cool.
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Old 06-30-05, 09:20 AM   #56
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Here is ours
First is Sasha, then Sauba (Translation - Big Feet), finally Sammy.
Sasha & Sammy are brother & sister. She hates having her picture taken, Sammy will ham it up for the camera. Sauba love to play with anything & everything, but is getting too old & fat
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Old 07-01-05, 02:50 AM   #57
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The local Agway has a passle of cats hanging around. Only one is allowed in the store. Everytime I went there, he and I would have a great rough house time. I'd beat him up and he would purr like no tomorrow. I did not know it, but he does not allow anyone but the employees and owner near. I was caught fooling around with the cat and just about the time they were going to jump on me for kitty abuse, he gets up and does the little rub dance between my legs and looks up at me me like he was asking, "WTF dude, why are you stopping?" The Agway folks like me now.

Cats know cat people. They also know when people do not like them. My mother hated cats. Whenever she visited, Trouble, our long dead calico, went out of her way to get in my mom's face. My mom hated it. I loved it.
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Old 07-01-05, 07:48 AM   #59
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Here's mine. Curly (grey/blue tabby) was a rescue from a shelter and is very skittish--we think he may have hearing or sight problems, but he is a very loveable cat (except for when he gets scared and tears through your skin with his back claws trying to get away). The other is Daisey, who we adopted from another family. She is fully declawed, but still runs the house--she even beats up the 100 pound dog when we dogsit. She is VERY talkative and will carry on conversations with us about her day when we get home, and she follows us everywhere we go (she follows my wife more though).







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Old 07-09-05, 10:06 PM   #60
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Hehe..dontcha love them??
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