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Re: Raccoons

Probably light heavy weight division.

Beans may not weigh much more than 5 pounds soaking wet, which has never happened. She usually fights by making faces [fangs showing, ears back, tail bushy], hissing, and clawing the air. Scares me; I don't know what it does to her enemy.

On Wednesday, December 8, 2004, at 03:24 PM, kmrsy@comcast.net wrote:

Well, yes, I KNEW 18 was large, wasn't sure what category 11 pounds was.

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18 pounds is large, Kitty. One of my females is 17 pounds, but she
is obese. I once had a 21 pound male, and he was HUGE! But,
believe me - I've had both males and females and the gals outdo
the guys in the intelligence category, though of course some boys
are smarter than others - just like the two-legged ones.

In a message dated 12/08/2004 10:23:48 AM Eastern Standard Time,
kmrsy@comcast.net writes:
I have 5 male cats, all 11 to 18 pounds (what IS large ?)

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