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#104488 Aug 6th, 2007 at 04:02 PM
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Most of you know that we are cat-sitting our son's 2 cats, so we now have 5 indoor cats. rolz
All but one of ours came running for dinner tonight - guess they are getting used to the routine - 6:00 sharp they all start meowing like clockwork! lol touched

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and... because I don't want to start yet another thread for yet another cat of ours...
This is Slinky - the outdoor feral cat we feed. He is very skittish, and runs as soon as he sees or hears us. But I found him!
Can you? lol why
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#104664 Aug 7th, 2007 at 05:19 AM
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Aww, good kities!
I seeeee you Slinky!


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Wrennie #107568 Aug 10th, 2007 at 09:06 PM
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isn't it funny how the cats get to KNOW the routine?

i am glad too that you take care of slinky---looks gorgeous!


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faerywatcher #107987 Aug 11th, 2007 at 07:56 PM
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pretty cats lynne! slinkys cute peekin out of the bushes!


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sibyl #108363 Aug 12th, 2007 at 01:33 PM
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You do have your "dinner time" filled. We have two 16 year old indoor cats and one outdoor recently tamed feral cat. It took him 8 months (when he was dumped on our street at about 6 mos of age) to decide we could be trusted. He is still skittish, but with my husband and myself he will roll over to get his tummy rubbed. We live in a remote area and he's pretty much decided that our yard is his home. We have another feral that visits ocassionally and he thinks she's the Queen. She's a Pretty Calico. He even gets along with the raccoons that we feed in the back. Be patient. Go Slow and he'll be eating out of your hand in no time.


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