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Amaranth
post 30th Mar 2012, 6:39 am
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The giant Kitty Den arrived Tuesday and here are Wilson and Darcy investigating
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These are our only 2 housecats (The other 5 are free range)
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post 30th Mar 2012, 7:28 am
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That is a serious piece of kit - lucky cats. Fresh air and sunshine! yay.gif

May I ask why they are house cats?

And which one lays eggs??? unsure.gif ............................. lol.gif
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post 30th Mar 2012, 8:15 am
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QUOTE(lolbeck @ 30th Mar 2012, 7:28 am) *

That is a serious piece of kit - lucky cats. Fresh air and sunshine! yay.gif

May I ask why they are house cats?

And which one lays eggs??? unsure.gif ............................. lol.gif


Yeah well you wouldn't want the "Eggs" they lay - that's where the litter tray is!
Wilson the Birman is my cat and I have him because I lost my Maine Coon Trinity to a wasting disease when she was only 3 years old and my Main Coon Morph to kidney disease before her. I am very paranoid therefore about his health and safety and as a consequence he is currently on the plump side and he is a house cat as there is known cat killing dog in our village that has murdered a couple of over trusting cats whose owner considers cats to be vermin.
The dog in question may well have killed my daughters cat Louis who remains missing after nearly a year now. She now has Darcy who had a couple of problems when spayed but was always going to be a housecat and who actually seems to prefer indoor life.
They are only going out when we are at home currently but will eventually spend all day outside.
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post 30th Mar 2012, 8:37 am
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Sorry to hear about Trinity and Murphy - hug.gif

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Yeah well you wouldn't want the "Eggs" they lay - that's where the litter tray is!


How clever!

But how horrid to have a dog like that in the village - particularly with such a dick of an owner. mad.gif Poor daughter and poor Loius.... sad.gif

As a probation officer in a previous life I once supervised a man who thought it was OK to let his dog chase and sometimes catch and kill cats. mad.gif He was actually on probation for benefit fraud but, as part of raising his social conscience, I seem to remember we did a lot of talking about him controlling his dog.

Wilson is very pretty - or should I say handsome?

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post 30th Mar 2012, 10:30 am
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Thanks smile.gif
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post 31st Mar 2012, 2:33 pm
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