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    Rubbing!

    My beautiful Tosha, whom we had to let go recently, used to get up on the back of the couch and do it on my head. It was almost like an overstimulated kitty's behavior. He'd get so involved!
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    Uh Huh.

    So what I'm gathering is this "like a dog" thing is based upon ignorance of those who don't know cats. Thank goodness there are kitty lovers such as we, who can inform and educate. How's that for...
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    "...just like a dog!" Sheesh!

    I read that phrase in so many Cats of the Day! I'm always confused about that. As a mom of (currently) 5 cats and (currently) 2 dogs, I don't understand why people think cats are doing something...
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    Thank you.

    I appreciate all your thoughts and understanding, as awful as that can be!

    I don't think we'll ever get the smell out of our noses, let alone our memory. I was stuck in the restricted zone in...
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    Because I know you'd understand....

    I haven't posted in ages, although COD remains the smile in my mornings.

    I needed to post this here because I'm not getting over this and I know it's just OK here. Here goes:

    On December 2...
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    Oh, Lucky :(

    As a former domestic violence counselor, I wonder if anyone, even anonymously, has filed a police complaint against this man? Or <I>these</I> men, given the fact there are others like him mentioned...
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    Yes. They've always been on scoopable. I've...

    Yes.
    They've always been on scoopable. I've gone from that, to clay, to organic corn, to different scoopables.

    He doesn't seem to care, since he seldom sees fit to use it.

    The vicious...
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    Actually, I've been very lucky. I seem to adopt...

    Actually, I've been very lucky. I seem to adopt Maine Coons, who are very laid back, and the 2 strays I've taken in have been INCREDIBLY laid back as well. I've never had to separate my cats. I...
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    I've answered this post about a gudzillion times,...

    I've answered this post about a gudzillion times, but am not only having sattelite problems, but am now experiencing Windows corruption. I'm going to try one more time before I (lose my mind)...
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    Oh, good. Perhaps I wasn't clear, I was so...

    Oh, good. Perhaps I wasn't clear, I was so excited!

    I'll definitely come back in February to let you know how it goes.
    In the meanwhile, you might want to discuss it with your own vet. ...
  11. I wouldn't push it with him and another cat. ...

    I wouldn't push it with him and another cat.

    Think about it. Right now he's so into his kitty. Another wouldn't permit him to carry them both around with him, together. The one would loose...
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    First, thank you for the welcome, although I've...

    First, thank you for the welcome, although I've been around for several years. I just very seldom post.

    Second, that is the good news about this treatment. No more pills, no more fights, a...
  13. Isis, Men, being the lesser of the sex ()...

    Isis,
    Men, being the lesser of the sex (<GGG>) are frequently afraid to show their feelings or interact with beings who cause them to actually HAVE feelings. Cats, women, small animals, children,...
  14. Tonya, I do, too. It's stories like this that...

    Tonya, I do, too.

    It's stories like this that tell me there is hope in the world.

    Rich would rather spend time with animals than people. NO ONE. I repeat NO ONE better think of hurting an...
  15. I have one of these! :) I have a gorgeous,...

    I have one of these! :)

    I have a gorgeous, blonde, 6' 5.5", 230 pound construction working, dog loving husband. He's an earring wearing, tattood toughguy who can throw a refrigerator. He...
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    Oh my! I just got this last night in my...

    Oh my!

    I just got this last night in my email.
    I've been online since 1986 and confidently say "I've seen it all; don't send me (most of) the crap that's normally forwarded."

    I was...
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    That's what I've been trying most recently. I...

    That's what I've been trying most recently.

    I have 4 more litterboxes in different rooms. All the cats love it, (lazy butts!) but I'm still chasing Pauley.

    I did learn that Kharma wants to...
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    That was dumb of me. Of course he's been to...

    That was dumb of me.

    Of course he's been to the vet. It's such a given to me, I forget there are people who don't know that's a symptom.

    I spend more time and money on my cats' healthcare...
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    Peeing.

    So.

    what do you do with a cat who pees?

    Not just in the corner, but anywhere he sees fit?
    Anytime he's mad at you? Pees ON you when he's getting his flea meds or pilled?

    But mostly, a...
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    The thyroid that won't die!

    I thought this was important to share with other cat people.

    I have an 18.5 year old kittly, Lucy, who has had a double thyroid-ectomy. Both times it was a great decision. Recovery was rapid,...
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