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Eileen Clark October 27th 07 02:36 AM

Tribute to Mac, House of Clark
 
Small fluffy calico speaks:

Mewomie and Paw will always remember Mac as the only cat whoeffer got
into the tight little clique of the Out kitties. He just showed up one
day in the yard, a beautiful smoke-coated gentleman-cat, but furry thin.
TED checked him out and kept him a few days to fatten him up. He said
Mac always meowed at him and stuck his paw out the cage and grabbed his
arm.

Mac was mostly furry gentle and diffident to the Out kitties. That is
probably why they thought he was ok. He stood up for himself when
Marissa and Miss Tuffy tried to beat him up, but didn't hurt them. They
left him alone after that. Finally he came inside and we got to know
him. He was very quiet and kept to himself mostly, but was a very
courtly gentleman-cat (something Camille and Finrod could definitely
learn, but that's a whole other subject). He had a hard time moving
with his arthritis, but he always made it up to Meowmie's lap. He
started having stomach problems which turned out to be pancreatic cancer
and soon was helped to RB. He was the last of the Out kitties and an
end of an era. Mia and I will miss him, Camille--not so much.

One time that Paw was at TED getting meds for Mac, he saw Finrod and
Scottie-Pippin in the cage (they were tiny kittens). After Mac went to
RB, he decided to take the kittens home, so even though they never knew
Mac, if it weren't for him, they would not live here or have their
names. The End.

Callie, for Mia, Camille, Finrod and Scotty-Pippin

The Clowder October 27th 07 03:18 AM

Tribute to Mac, House of Clark
 
Eileen Clark wrote:

Small fluffy calico speaks:

Mewomie and Paw will always remember Mac as the only cat whoeffer got
into the tight little clique of the Out kitties. He just showed up one
day in the yard, a beautiful smoke-coated gentleman-cat, but furry thin.
TED checked him out and kept him a few days to fatten him up. He said
Mac always meowed at him and stuck his paw out the cage and grabbed his
arm.

Mac was mostly furry gentle and diffident to the Out kitties. That is
probably why they thought he was ok. He stood up for himself when
Marissa and Miss Tuffy tried to beat him up, but didn't hurt them. They
left him alone after that. Finally he came inside and we got to know
him. He was very quiet and kept to himself mostly, but was a very
courtly gentleman-cat (something Camille and Finrod could definitely
learn, but that's a whole other subject). He had a hard time moving
with his arthritis, but he always made it up to Meowmie's lap. He
started having stomach problems which turned out to be pancreatic cancer
and soon was helped to RB. He was the last of the Out kitties and an
end of an era. Mia and I will miss him, Camille--not so much.

One time that Paw was at TED getting meds for Mac, he saw Finrod and
Scottie-Pippin in the cage (they were tiny kittens). After Mac went to
RB, he decided to take the kittens home, so even though they never knew
Mac, if it weren't for him, they would not live here or have their
names. The End.

Callie, for Mia, Camille, Finrod and Scotty-Pippin


Dat wuz a luffly Tribute, Callie. Mac sownds alot like owr Norville,
who wuz a seereeus kind ov gentlemancat, too.

Mietze
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Stormmee October 27th 07 03:23 AM

Tribute to Mac, House of Clark
 
dat wuza tuchin tribute, Tiger fur hiz howze
Eileen Clark wrote in message
...
Small fluffy calico speaks:

Mewomie and Paw will always remember Mac as the only cat whoeffer got
into the tight little clique of the Out kitties. He just showed up one
day in the yard, a beautiful smoke-coated gentleman-cat, but furry thin.
TED checked him out and kept him a few days to fatten him up. He said
Mac always meowed at him and stuck his paw out the cage and grabbed his
arm.

Mac was mostly furry gentle and diffident to the Out kitties. That is
probably why they thought he was ok. He stood up for himself when
Marissa and Miss Tuffy tried to beat him up, but didn't hurt them. They
left him alone after that. Finally he came inside and we got to know
him. He was very quiet and kept to himself mostly, but was a very
courtly gentleman-cat (something Camille and Finrod could definitely
learn, but that's a whole other subject). He had a hard time moving
with his arthritis, but he always made it up to Meowmie's lap. He
started having stomach problems which turned out to be pancreatic cancer
and soon was helped to RB. He was the last of the Out kitties and an
end of an era. Mia and I will miss him, Camille--not so much.

One time that Paw was at TED getting meds for Mac, he saw Finrod and
Scottie-Pippin in the cage (they were tiny kittens). After Mac went to
RB, he decided to take the kittens home, so even though they never knew
Mac, if it weren't for him, they would not live here or have their
names. The End.

Callie, for Mia, Camille, Finrod and Scotty-Pippin




Pi2nya AKA Sweetee October 27th 07 07:44 AM

Tribute to Mac, House of Clark
 

Snifflez... good ole Mac.
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Pitô.ônya

"Stormmee" wrote in message
...
dat wuza tuchin tribute, Tiger fur hiz howze
Eileen Clark wrote in message
...
Small fluffy calico speaks:

Mewomie and Paw will always remember Mac as the only cat whoeffer got
into the tight little clique of the Out kitties. He just showed up one
day in the yard, a beautiful smoke-coated gentleman-cat, but furry thin.
TED checked him out and kept him a few days to fatten him up. He said
Mac always meowed at him and stuck his paw out the cage and grabbed his
arm.

Mac was mostly furry gentle and diffident to the Out kitties. That is
probably why they thought he was ok. He stood up for himself when
Marissa and Miss Tuffy tried to beat him up, but didn't hurt them. They
left him alone after that. Finally he came inside and we got to know
him. He was very quiet and kept to himself mostly, but was a very
courtly gentleman-cat (something Camille and Finrod could definitely
learn, but that's a whole other subject). He had a hard time moving
with his arthritis, but he always made it up to Meowmie's lap. He
started having stomach problems which turned out to be pancreatic cancer
and soon was helped to RB. He was the last of the Out kitties and an
end of an era. Mia and I will miss him, Camille--not so much.

One time that Paw was at TED getting meds for Mac, he saw Finrod and
Scottie-Pippin in the cage (they were tiny kittens). After Mac went to
RB, he decided to take the kittens home, so even though they never knew
Mac, if it weren't for him, they would not live here or have their
names. The End.

Callie, for Mia, Camille, Finrod and Scotty-Pippin






Ray or Fran October 27th 07 04:41 PM

Tribute to Mac, House of Clark
 
What a furry lovely tribute to a fine gentleman cat.

Puddi Cat

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Me October 27th 07 06:01 PM

Tribute to Mac, House of Clark
 
Datz a furry tuching tryboot.

Booker

Eileen Clark wrote:
Small fluffy calico speaks:

Mewomie and Paw will always remember Mac as the only cat whoeffer got
into the tight little clique of the Out kitties. He just showed up one
day in the yard, a beautiful smoke-coated gentleman-cat, but furry thin.
TED checked him out and kept him a few days to fatten him up. He said
Mac always meowed at him and stuck his paw out the cage and grabbed his
arm.


gently snipped

Granby October 31st 07 02:10 AM

Tribute to Mac, House of Clark
 
It seemz ta myownselfz dat da kitties dat goez to da bridge offen send offer
kittens to live at da homez dey leavefs behindz. Piglet just thinkin'.
"Me" wrote in message
...
Datz a furry tuching tryboot.

Booker

Eileen Clark wrote:
Small fluffy calico speaks:

Mewomie and Paw will always remember Mac as the only cat whoeffer got
into the tight little clique of the Out kitties. He just showed up one
day in the yard, a beautiful smoke-coated gentleman-cat, but furry thin.
TED checked him out and kept him a few days to fatten him up. He said
Mac always meowed at him and stuck his paw out the cage and grabbed his
arm.

gently snipped




Eileen Clark October 31st 07 12:56 PM

Tribute to Mac, House of Clark
 
Yes, Piglet, that would have been just like Mac. He was so thoughtful.

Callie

In article ,
"Granby" wrote:

It seemz ta myownselfz dat da kitties dat goez to da bridge offen send offer
kittens to live at da homez dey leavefs behindz. Piglet just thinkin'.
"Me" wrote in message
...
Datz a furry tuching tryboot.

Booker

Eileen Clark wrote:
Small fluffy calico speaks:

Mewomie and Paw will always remember Mac as the only cat whoeffer got
into the tight little clique of the Out kitties. He just showed up one
day in the yard, a beautiful smoke-coated gentleman-cat, but furry thin.
TED checked him out and kept him a few days to fatten him up. He said
Mac always meowed at him and stuck his paw out the cage and grabbed his
arm.

gently snipped


CatTayls/Little Kitty November 1st 07 04:24 AM

Tribute to Mac, House of Clark
 
Callie, fangu fur telling this story about Mac. Meowmie and me alwayz
feel sorree fur thuh Out kitteez in bad wether and scary tymes. Ize
glad he got to finully go in wif thuh famlee. Yew must hav all been
reel speshul fur him to trust yew.

Little Kitty

On Oct 26, 7:36?pm, Eileen Clark wrote:
Small fluffy calico speaks:

Mewomie and Paw will always remember Mac as the only cat whoeffer got
into the tight little clique of the Out kitties. He just showed up one
day in the yard, a beautiful smoke-coated gentleman-cat, but furry thin.
TED checked him out and kept him a few days to fatten him up. He said
Mac always meowed at him and stuck his paw out the cage and grabbed his
arm.

Mac was mostly furry gentle and diffident to the Out kitties. That is
probably why they thought he was ok. He stood up for himself when
Marissa and Miss Tuffy tried to beat him up, but didn't hurt them. They
left him alone after that. Finally he came inside and we got to know
him. He was very quiet and kept to himself mostly, but was a very
courtly gentleman-cat (something Camille and Finrod could definitely
learn, but that's a whole other subject). He had a hard time moving
with his arthritis, but he always made it up to Meowmie's lap. He
started having stomach problems which turned out to be pancreatic cancer
and soon was helped to RB. He was the last of the Out kitties and an
end of an era. Mia and I will miss him, Camille--not so much.

One time that Paw was at TED getting meds for Mac, he saw Finrod and
Scottie-Pippin in the cage (they were tiny kittens). After Mac went to
RB, he decided to take the kittens home, so even though they never knew
Mac, if it weren't for him, they would not live here or have their
names. The End.

Callie, for Mia, Camille, Finrod and Scotty-Pippin





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