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Old February 11th 09, 03:52 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.rescue
Okikuro
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we know a woman who is leaving town and wants us to take her cat. She
may be back and would want the cat back. Anyway , we have a cat said
"Norwegian Forest Cat" that seems to like to be a solitary kitty.
What would you advise we do if we take a visitor in?
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Old February 11th 09, 04:44 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.rescue
Sjouke Burry[_2_]
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Okikuro wrote:
we know a woman who is leaving town and wants us to take her cat. She
may be back and would want the cat back. Anyway , we have a cat said
"Norwegian Forest Cat" that seems to like to be a solitary kitty.
What would you advise we do if we take a visitor in?


Love them both??
They might respond to that.
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Old February 11th 09, 01:54 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.rescue
Okikuro
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Sjouke Burry wrote:

Okikuro wrote:
we know a woman who is leaving town and wants us to take her cat. She
may be back and would want the cat back. Anyway , we have a cat said
"Norwegian Forest Cat" that seems to like to be a solitary kitty.
What would you advise we do if we take a visitor in?


Love them both??
They might respond to that.


That's a lovely thought , thanks.
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