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Joy September 24th 07 12:22 AM

Purr request
 
I'm leaving for Australia in six days. My next-door neighbors are very good
about feeding, petting and playing with my cats while I'm gone.

However, Lindy is now on thyroid medication twice a day, and I think it's
too much to ask the neighbors to give her the medication. Therefore, I'll
be leaving Lindy with my son. She knows and likes him, and it shouldn't be
too much of a problem. However, she's used to being able to go outside
whenever she likes. She dislikes using a litter box. I set one up in the
garage when it rains, but she will usually go out in the rain, rather than
use the box. My son lives in an apartment, so she'll have to stay in all
the time - and use the box.

Also, Nanki-Poo will be left alone at home. The neighbors will come over
once or twice a day, and he does sometimes let them give him some attention.
That's actually rather surprising, because he usually hides from other
people. I can't send him to my son's with Lindy, because he's terrified of
my son. I think Dan must remind him of somebody who once mistreated him.
I've left Nanki-Poo home before when I traveled, but Lindy was always here.
Although they are not the type to cuddle together, they have a fairly
typical sister-brother relationship. I'm worried about his being lonely.
I'm also worried he might think he has been abandoned. Since he ended up in
the shelter where I got him after being abandoned before, that is a real
concern.

So, purrs would be appreciated.

--
Joy

"If you are patient in one moment of anger, you will escape a hundred days
of sorrow."
-Chinese Proverb



Daniel Mahoney September 24th 07 12:26 AM

Purr request
 
So, purrs would be appreciated.

We'll be sending purrs that all goes well for everyone.

Granby September 24th 07 12:35 AM

Purr request
 
Purrs for the kittens and for you. The trip will be hard because you will
worry.
Bast will guard his own.
"Joy" wrote in message
...
I'm leaving for Australia in six days. My next-door neighbors are very
good about feeding, petting and playing with my cats while I'm gone.

However, Lindy is now on thyroid medication twice a day, and I think it's
too much to ask the neighbors to give her the medication. Therefore, I'll
be leaving Lindy with my son. She knows and likes him, and it shouldn't
be too much of a problem. However, she's used to being able to go outside
whenever she likes. She dislikes using a litter box. I set one up in the
garage when it rains, but she will usually go out in the rain, rather than
use the box. My son lives in an apartment, so she'll have to stay in all
the time - and use the box.

Also, Nanki-Poo will be left alone at home. The neighbors will come over
once or twice a day, and he does sometimes let them give him some
attention. That's actually rather surprising, because he usually hides
from other people. I can't send him to my son's with Lindy, because he's
terrified of my son. I think Dan must remind him of somebody who once
mistreated him. I've left Nanki-Poo home before when I traveled, but Lindy
was always here. Although they are not the type to cuddle together, they
have a fairly typical sister-brother relationship. I'm worried about his
being lonely. I'm also worried he might think he has been abandoned.
Since he ended up in the shelter where I got him after being abandoned
before, that is a real concern.

So, purrs would be appreciated.

--
Joy

"If you are patient in one moment of anger, you will escape a hundred days
of sorrow."
-Chinese Proverb





Joy September 24th 07 12:43 AM

Purr request
 
"Daniel Mahoney" wrote in message
...
So, purrs would be appreciated.


We'll be sending purrs that all goes well for everyone.


Thank you, Daniel.

Joy



Joy September 24th 07 12:44 AM

Purr request
 
Thank you, Granby.

--
Joy

"If you are patient in one moment of anger, you will escape a hundred days
of sorrow."
-Chinese Proverb

"Granby" wrote in message
...
Purrs for the kittens and for you. The trip will be hard because you will
worry.
Bast will guard his own.
"Joy" wrote in message
...
I'm leaving for Australia in six days. My next-door neighbors are very
good about feeding, petting and playing with my cats while I'm gone.

However, Lindy is now on thyroid medication twice a day, and I think it's
too much to ask the neighbors to give her the medication. Therefore,
I'll be leaving Lindy with my son. She knows and likes him, and it
shouldn't be too much of a problem. However, she's used to being able to
go outside whenever she likes. She dislikes using a litter box. I set
one up in the garage when it rains, but she will usually go out in the
rain, rather than use the box. My son lives in an apartment, so she'll
have to stay in all the time - and use the box.

Also, Nanki-Poo will be left alone at home. The neighbors will come over
once or twice a day, and he does sometimes let them give him some
attention. That's actually rather surprising, because he usually hides
from other people. I can't send him to my son's with Lindy, because he's
terrified of my son. I think Dan must remind him of somebody who once
mistreated him. I've left Nanki-Poo home before when I traveled, but
Lindy was always here. Although they are not the type to cuddle together,
they have a fairly typical sister-brother relationship. I'm worried
about his being lonely. I'm also worried he might think he has been
abandoned. Since he ended up in the shelter where I got him after being
abandoned before, that is a real concern.

So, purrs would be appreciated.

--
Joy

"If you are patient in one moment of anger, you will escape a hundred
days of sorrow."
-Chinese Proverb







Steve Touchstone[_2_] September 24th 07 12:50 AM

Purr request
 

Joy wrote:
snip

So, purrs would be appreciated.


purrs for all to go well.

Have a great trip, and try not to worry too much about the furry ones
while you're gone.


Karen September 24th 07 01:11 AM

Purr request
 
On 2007-09-23 18:22:00 -0500, "Joy" said:

I'm leaving for Australia in six days. My next-door neighbors are very
good about feeding, petting and playing with my cats while I'm gone.

However, Lindy is now on thyroid medication twice a day, and I think
it's too much to ask the neighbors to give her the medication.
Therefore, I'll be leaving Lindy with my son. She knows and likes him,
and it shouldn't be too much of a problem. However, she's used to
being able to go outside whenever she likes. She dislikes using a
litter box. I set one up in the garage when it rains, but she will
usually go out in the rain, rather than use the box. My son lives in
an apartment, so she'll have to stay in all the time - and use the box.

Also, Nanki-Poo will be left alone at home. The neighbors will come
over once or twice a day, and he does sometimes let them give him some
attention. That's actually rather surprising, because he usually hides
from other people. I can't send him to my son's with Lindy, because
he's terrified of my son. I think Dan must remind him of somebody who
once mistreated him. I've left Nanki-Poo home before when I traveled,
but Lindy was always here. Although they are not the type to cuddle
together, they have a fairly typical sister-brother relationship. I'm
worried about his being lonely. I'm also worried he might think he has
been abandoned. Since he ended up in the shelter where I got him after
being abandoned before, that is a real concern.

So, purrs would be appreciated.


Purrs for all concerned. Have you tried Pill Pockets? I haven't but I
know cats that totally do not realize they are being pilled with Pill
Pockets.


sam September 24th 07 03:07 AM

Purr request
 

So, purrs would be appreciated.


Purrs on the way.
Sam, closely supervised by Mistletoe

Joy September 24th 07 03:23 AM

Purr request
 
"sam" wrote in message
...

So, purrs would be appreciated.


Purrs on the way.
Sam, closely supervised by Mistletoe


Thank you.

Joy



[email protected] September 24th 07 04:02 AM

Purr request
 
On Sep 23, 6:22 pm, "Joy" wrote:
I'm leaving for Australia in six days. My next-door neighbors are very good
about feeding, petting and playing with my cats while I'm gone.

However, Lindy is now on thyroid medication twice a day, and I think it's
too much to ask the neighbors to give her the medication. Therefore, I'll
be leaving Lindy with my son. ... So, purrs would be appreciated.

--
Joy


I'd send purrs, but I'm away from the cats. I hope grandbaby drool
will suffice.

Annie




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