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Gina
09-22-2000, 01:52 AM
Well, I've been lurking a while, checking out those fantastic kitty pics and stuff! I got so carried away infact, with them, that I sent two of my own in! And I wasn't even a member!( I was sure I registered, wasn't I? LOL!)
So If you guys got a recent Kitten called Rufus, and another called Candi...they're mine!...Typical of me, really http://PetoftheDay.com/talk/biggrin.gif

Sorry Folks: I am Gina, I live in Ireland w/dh, 2 dogs and....wait for it....7 cats!! All our pets are mutts and moggies, all rescues!

I know, I'm nuts, but I just love animals! I have an old HP but I'm a bit embaressed to show it, I have nearly finished building my new one, so I'll show you then, ok?!!!

Thanks for reading! .....>^..^< ! http://PetoftheDay.com/talk/wink.gif

Pieper's Mom
09-25-2000, 01:00 PM
Hi Gina! Welcome! Isn't this a fun place? I guess you'll have to translate for this old U.S. citizen...what's a moggie (a cat? or 7 of them in your case)...and an "old HP"...that's Hewlett Packard (auto or printer) to me...you sound like fun! So glad you are posting!

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If a cat spoke, it would say things like, "Hey, I don't see a problem here!"

Gina
09-25-2000, 07:34 PM
Yes! Hi! Fair play you guys! http://PetoftheDay.com/talk/cool.gifYour on the ball; moggie is a non pedigree cat! All my babies are rescue, so I didn't care about their pedigree, but I am partial to all breeds of Setter dogs( Irish, Gordan, English) and in cats: Egyptian Mau and Tonkenese!

HP is short for Home Page! (web site)
Ireland is an English speaking country, although I'm fluent in Irish too! I'll have to explain my slang, sometimes I guess! LOL!

Thanks for reading,.....Gina >^..^< !

Pieper's Mom
09-27-2000, 11:55 AM
Well, I'm sure we Americans have slang too! After watching the Olympics for 10 days or so, I'm learning theirs....g'day mates!


Originally posted by Gina:
Yes! Hi! Fair play you guys! http://PetoftheDay.com/talk/cool.gifYour on the ball; moggie is a non pedigree cat! All my babies are rescue, so I didn't care about their pedigree, but I am partial to all breeds of Setter dogs( Irish, Gordan, English) and in cats: Egyptian Mau and Tonkenese!

HP is short for Home Page! (web site)
Ireland is an English speaking country, although I'm fluent in Irish too! I'll have to explain my slang, sometimes I guess! LOL!

Thanks for reading,.....Gina >^..^< !



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If a cat spoke, it would say things like, "Hey, I don't see a problem here!"

Gina
09-28-2000, 09:58 PM
How's it going, Spencer?!
Oh I wish I had a tonkeneese, and and ejyptian mau, but, I took in 7 critters, so no more room yet to add to the gang! Actually, I'll be in the market for a new home in aprox. 1.5 years, so maybe then I hope!
The mouthiest cat I have is my baby, Rufus, he's about eleven wks old, and he never shuts up. Bf says he's selling him to the Gardai(Irish Police) to put on the car roof as a siren! He's ginger and white.
My girls have a language, the weirdest sounds I ever heard, ie they call each other, and me, by saying "tugatugatuga"(Sounds like)fast and high pitched!!

Now I know you're thinking...." tuga tuag? this gal really should get out more! http://PetoftheDay.com/talk/biggrin.gif LOL!

Kirsten
10-01-2000, 11:01 AM
Hi Gina, welcome to the board! 7 cats??? Wow, lucky girl! http://PetoftheDay.com/talk/smile.gif

And Spencer, thanks for the 'translation', this was interesting! http://PetoftheDay.com/talk/smile.gif

bgrnidldy
10-02-2000, 07:08 AM
Hello, I'm new also, and if I had a larger apartment, I'd probably have 7(or more)too...but, I do have 4-Sin and Prissy are black DSH's and the babies are 5month old sisters-Belle is a brown tabby DSH and Pepper is another black DSH...love reading all your stories and I'm sure I'll be back...

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