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Old 08-07-2007, 08:20 AM   #31
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yeaaahhhh i was kinda growing fond of the little rat untill it woke me up at 7am with a nice pile of puke riiiighhht next to my ear...what a way to start the day at 7am.....[/img]
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Old 08-07-2007, 10:50 AM   #33
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SO CUTE. SO VERY VERY CUTE! Puke is one of the hazards of kitties, but mine haven't barfed since they were tiny. Sometimes it helps to supervise their eating (eating too fast can make kitty hurf).
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All I have to say is, if it'* a male cat, make absolutely sure to get it neutered(I call it de-nutting because "neutered" is sugar coating it), and keep partially and full clothes baskets out of the area the cat is in. I know mine LOOOOVES to try and make a mess in clothes baskets. It'* a pain, but something to work around if needed...
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well i found a tic buried in my arm this morning even after giving her a flea bath, burning it out with a cigarette at 830 in the morning was not my cup of tea....so far i hate cats...
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well i found a tic buried in my arm this morning even after giving her a flea bath, burning it out with a cigarette at 830 in the morning was not my cup of tea....so far i hate cats...
Yeah I hate ticks
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Buried in your arm? What the hell kind of critters do you have in those parts? I've had ticks on me, but never one that burrowed into the skin! Additionally, it'* really the fault of the previous owner and neglecting to care for the animal. The cat didn't bring the tick in willingly.
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I don't even know what a tick looks like and don't care to find out.
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I've never seen one and never want to also. That was my fear when we went to MN....the last thing I wanted was a tick in my head
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Small and hard to kill unless they are filled with blood otherwise killed with fire.
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