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  1. #14
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    The cat seems ok. She is definitely is in heat. She made up with the kitten, but not me. She doesn't like me to much anymore. She did act up yesterday morning, but it was my fault. I had a big wooden spoon that protected me. I kept that spoon in my pocket all morning. I used it as a shield to block those sharp nails and teeth.

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    i dont have cat now cuz my wife couldnt take the shedding. We have a dog. If thats what u wanna call'em. I consider him, a mop with feet. We have 10k sq ft yard. Why have a YORKIE???? I wanted a Dobie or Boxer, but NOoooo..LOL Anyway, the cat we had black cat "LUCKY" was the best. He got old and started peeing all over the house. Cat piss DONT COME OUT EASY. We had to do what we had to do. His son "Monkey" was simply the best. When my son was born, he would hop in the crib and lay with him. As my son grew, my cat became his pillow. Love cats love dogs....hate roaches, rats and bees.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tommy1010 View Post
    i dont have cat now cuz my wife couldnt take the shedding. We have a dog. If thats what u wanna call'em. I consider him, a mop with feet. We have 10k sq ft yard. Why have a YORKIE???? I wanted a Dobie or Boxer, but NOoooo..LOL Anyway, the cat we had black cat "LUCKY" was the best. He got old and started peeing all over the house. Cat piss DONT COME OUT EASY. We had to do what we had to do. His son "Monkey" was simply the best. When my son was born, he would hop in the crib and lay with him. As my son grew, my cat became his pillow. Love cats love dogs....hate roaches, rats and bees.
    Nice.. We have 3 dogs, 2 cats, dozen chickens, 1 dove, 2 turtles. I just made a custom tank for the turtles yesterday. I'll check this morning to see if it's water proof. I used a piece of plexiglass and silicone it in place to block the water. The turtles are going to lay eggs soon and need dry land or they will get egg bond and die.

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    Girl I grew up with had her house cat bite her. Next day she ended up in intensive care for 3 or 4 days and the doctors didn't know if she was going to make it. Germs in the cats mouth are killers, she found out.

    In Maryland growing up we use to say about cats...that is what wells are for.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeltaT View Post
    Girl I grew up with had her house cat bite her. Next day she ended up in intensive care for 3 or 4 days and the doctors didn't know if she was going to make it. Germs in the cats mouth are killers, she found out.

    In Maryland growing up we use to say about cats...that is what wells are for.
    WOW, I also heard the soiled cat litter contains bacteria potentially fatal to newborns...even to the fetus while still in the womb.
    “If I have seen further than others, it is by standing upon the shoulders of giants.” ~ Sir Isaac Newton


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