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Old August 27th 03, 08:06 AM
jack
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Ok....give me your opinion.....is my cat spoiled ? She will meow at
the top of her lungs...but when I go and sit beside her then she
stops.....If I leave...then she will sometimes start meowing again
until i return to her side. Does she have me trained ??!! And any
suggestions on how to help her refrain from this ? Maybe a car
tranquilizer ??!!!

Thanks
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Old August 27th 03, 07:33 PM
Gizmo
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See.....I am the one who needs the tranquilizer !!.....I meant to say
CAT transquilizer !!! hehehhe

Thanks to everyone for your advice !!


On Wed, 27 Aug 2003 07:06:29 GMT, jack
wrote:

Ok....give me your opinion.....is my cat spoiled ? She will meow at
the top of her lungs...but when I go and sit beside her then she
stops.....If I leave...then she will sometimes start meowing again
until i return to her side. Does she have me trained ??!! And any
suggestions on how to help her refrain from this ? Maybe a car
tranquilizer ??!!!

Thanks


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Old August 27th 03, 07:33 PM
Gizmo
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See.....I am the one who needs the tranquilizer !!.....I meant to say
CAT transquilizer !!! hehehhe

Thanks to everyone for your advice !!


On Wed, 27 Aug 2003 07:06:29 GMT, jack
wrote:

Ok....give me your opinion.....is my cat spoiled ? She will meow at
the top of her lungs...but when I go and sit beside her then she
stops.....If I leave...then she will sometimes start meowing again
until i return to her side. Does she have me trained ??!! And any
suggestions on how to help her refrain from this ? Maybe a car
tranquilizer ??!!!

Thanks


 




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