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    18??????????!!!!!!!!!!!! what a cool cat!!!

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    Wow! An 18 year old cat??? Cool! He's looking good, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marley
    Here is my little sugar! He is 18.
    He's beautiful Marley. I can almost hear him purring.

    I had a siamese that lived till 20. Here's wishing him a super long and happy life.

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    The long lives are due to the way spoil 'em. My Tigger will be 17 in March.


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    Maveno, thanks for your help. I'm not letting little Bitchy (aka Tiger Lily) out! My daughter was begging to let her out..."oh Mom, it'll be great, she'll have pretty kittens". Uh, NOOOOO!!!! I think before I hand her back over to her real family I am going to suggest they please get her spayed. (Or neutered....can never remember if it's the male or female who gets spayed.)

    And yes, the moaning and crying go on and on and on...especially in the wee hours of the morning. Just like having a newborn all over again.

    My husband has fallen in love with the little booger and wants to concoct a plan to keep her. He said we could dig a hole in the backyard, fill it back in, erect a little cross and tell neighbors she got hit by a car. And then if they happen to see her, tell them that we got another cat who coincidentally looks just like her. Gotta talk Mr. G. out of a catnapping.
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    Thank you everyone.
    Unk; what a pretty baby! My cat is indoors and eats the best foods. (Royal Canin for cats over 15, and Felidae.) Oh yeah, he also lets me sleep in my own bed with him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ElizabethG
    My husband has fallen in love with the little booger and wants to concoct a plan to keep her. He said we could dig a hole in the backyard, fill it back in, erect a little cross and tell neighbors she got hit by a car. And then if they happen to see her, tell them that we got another cat who coincidentally looks just like her. Gotta talk Mr. G. out of a catnapping.
    Quote Originally Posted by Duxxy (from the Oasis thread)
    We don't have a cat.... << that will make sense in a minute.

    My husband and daughter were in my bedroom last night horsing around before bedtime. My daughter looks over and sees the small plastic container of water I've placed on the rad (it's so dry in the winter) and asks her Dad, what's that??
    Dad says 'it's for the cat'
    M 'what cat?'
    Dad 'the little one'
    M - dashes around the room looking for the cat while my husband howls with laughter.
    She's still looking for that damned cat today because "daddy told me we have one"

    my husband can be such a $hit LOL
    Sounds like Mr G and Mr Duxxy are related.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ElizabethG
    Maveno, thanks for your help.
    Anytime!

    FYI:

    Neutering (castration) is the surgical removal of the testicles from the scrotum of an animal. Neutering is the primary method of sterilizing male cats.

    Spaying (ovariohysterectomy) is the surgical removal of the uterus and ovaries from the abdomen of an animal. The spay is the only foolproof method of birth control for female cats, and it is a permanent method.
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    Marley, my Aramis looks just like your cat!!!

    You are who you are...and I wouldn't want to change a thing...- Madonna

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maveno
    Neutering (castration) is the surgical removal of the testicles from the scrotum of an animal. Neutering is the primary method of sterilizing male cats.
    NOOOOO! *puts hands over ears and runs from thread yelling*LALALALALALA

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