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Clever lion grrl by Mark Edwards
It's about to get somewhat cold, and a line of severe thunderstorms is moving in, so I get Miss Emily to come in. Little Boy is sniffing her tail, and Apache is sitting nearby and glaring at Miss Emily. Fortunately, Miss Emily has a few places she likes to lounge, including the laundry...
November 25th 13 10:22 PM
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Apache and Little Boy are learning to share by Mark Edwards
Apache and Little Boy are learning to share. Specifically, my lap. Apache insists on my legs being uncrossed, and my feet flat on the floor so she can sit on the free bit of chair cushion. Eventually, Little Boy will jump up on the shredder next to me and stare at her. After what Apache...
November 25th 13 10:15 PM
by Bastette Go to last post
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An eye for an eye by Takayuki
Two weekends ago, Dot gave me a scare when she completely lost her appetite, and decided to spend the whole day napping instead of joining the other two furkids for breakfast, brunch, lunch, supper, and dinner. I found that if I brought her a small plate of chicken sauteed in cream and butter,...
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November 25th 13 10:12 PM
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Another cold day for Miss Emily by Mark Edwards
Once again, Miss Emily stayed in for the night. I woke up to a fluffy tail swatting me in the face a few times. A few minutes ago, Miss Emily said she wanted out, so I opened the door and let her out. It is sleeting a bit, and the temperature is hovering at freezing. I closed the door, and...
November 25th 13 01:26 AM
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Winter Dandruff by jmcquown[_2_]
Persia's got dandruff. Down her back towards the base of her tail. It's typical for this time of year as the weather cools. I brush her frequently. When I see lots of dandruff in her pretty grey fur I spritz her with an emulsion spray called Duoxo. It was recommended by her vet back in...
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November 23rd 13 04:38 AM
by Takayuki Go to last post
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Apache got worried for Miss Emily today by Mark Edwards
Last night, Miss Emily decided to go back outside so she could find her hiding spot before the storms. Despite being told she could stay inside! So today, Apache was worried about Miss Emily. She started the zoomies, from the bedroom to the window, and back again. Finally, exasperated at not...
November 23rd 13 03:26 AM
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Someone needs a long jail sentence by Lesley[_4_]
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2487807/Thug-tried-kill-neighbours-cat-noose-teach-lesson-went-toilet-garden.html?ico=home^editors_choice_six_of_the_best Lesley Slave of the Fabulous Furballs
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November 21st 13 09:05 PM
by Christina Websell Go to last post
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Met another cat whisperer by Mark Edwards
I got to talk to another cat whisperer today. His name is Jacob, and he feeds the strays that live in the sewers by the post office. I carefully walked up on them so as not to frighten the two cats he was feeding, but they appear not to be too shy when he is there, I got head-butted by the...
November 21st 13 04:52 PM
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Chloe: happy old age by Jack Campin
Our Chloe is getting old and frail. We've got her on medication for an overactive thyroid, but there seems to be something else the vet hasn't found - not good about using the litter tray any more. Maybe a very slow growing diffuse bowel cancer. But. She's been a timid wee thing for most of her...
November 19th 13 07:32 PM
by Judith Latham Go to last post
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I need a bit of help with facebook rpca by Christina Websell
I cannot scroll down, I can only see a few posts. My computer should be able to cope with it, it has 2 Gb memory. I got a message about low Windows memory, so I increased it, but it's made no difference whatsoever. It's still the same. My computer doesn't like facebook, it seems. It was Ok for...
November 19th 13 12:18 PM
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Unexplected place for a cat nap by Rusty[_2_]
http://www.theweathernetwork.com/photos/view/animals/cat-nap/14823220
November 19th 13 04:55 AM
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Mom visits for a week, cats go catatonic by dgk
My 85 year old mother is visiting for the week, which is mostly why I haven't been posting. We've been hitting all the museums and galleries - my art quota for the year has been exceeded with three months still to go. Scooter came down from my bedroom to say hello within 20 minutes of her arrival....
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November 19th 13 01:15 AM
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Boyfie is glad by Christina Websell
That I got back from my day trip to London by 8pm tonight (much better than Blackpool, sez he, when it was 2 a.m. and he was dying from want of food) and he never moaned a bit about it tonight. I haven't been to London for more years than I like to remember. The weather was awful, it threw it...
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November 18th 13 11:29 PM
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Persia and the Windy Night (or...) by jmcquown[_2_]
Persia, the guard-cat. :) Last Tuesday night it was very, very windy. The wind chimes at the front of the house started ringing around 10PM. It was a cold front that came through earlier than predicted. I could hear the wind blowing in the trees behind the house. Nothing to get excited...
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November 18th 13 02:14 AM
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Oldest "Big Cat" Discovery by jmcquown[_2_]
From the Smithsonian: http://blogs.smithsonianmag.com/science/2013/11/this-fossil-skull-unearthed-in-tibet-is-the-oldest-big-cat-ever-found/?utm_source=smithsoniantopic&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=20131117-Weekender or http://tinyurl.com/kfl8b3m Jill
November 17th 13 05:52 PM
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spazzie os not feeling well by Mike Mayers
Spazzie ate her supper last night but later threw up in a number of places. She spent the night under my bed and didn't want to come out this morning.. I have to go to the dentist this morning but when I get home, if she isn't better I'll have to take her to the vet. I think the poor girl has a...
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November 16th 13 09:52 PM
by Judith Latham Go to last post
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An Old But Funny Video (also posted in the Unexpected thread) by jmcquown[_2_]
This is old but still hiliarious. I wish I spoke more than a few words of Japanese. They love their cats! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ixxp-rMCdR0 Notice the Beatles song in the background. LOL They really seem to love Scottish Folds. :) There are a lot of them in that video. Jill
November 16th 13 07:10 PM
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The 'Rust Belt' should learn somethings from 'Dixie' by Française mangeur de viande de cheval
The 'Rust Belt' should learn somethings from 'Dixie' "Despite well-publicized problems that earned it the nickname of the “Rust Belt”, on paper the Midwest....has seen its population, job, and income growth badly trail the nation. During the 2000s US population grew by 9.7%, the Midwest* 3.8%....
November 16th 13 01:59 PM
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Must. Kill. Toys. by Mark Edwards
Apache is alternating between killing two of her toys: a leather strip that came with a bottle of bourbon, and a cutout from one of Senyah's "steamer" meals. She'll grab one, kill it, then zoom from one end of the apartment to the other before killing it again and switching to the other...
November 16th 13 01:00 AM
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Demanding little girl by Mark Edwards
Since RECENTLY becoming a lap cat, Apache makes a point of walking over now and then to make sure my legs are not crossed, JUST IN CASE she wants to climb up in my lap. If my legs are crossed or, heaven forbid, Little Boy is in my lap, she gives me an angry "MEOW!". After I am properly...
November 15th 13 10:15 PM
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