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Re: Godi's pictures NOW Cats

That's pretty scary. So far my cats haven't ingested anything too
terrible. I had a friend once whose Doberman ate the fiberglass
insulation off the garage wall. I also once had a German Shepherd that
ate the dashboard of my car, but he showed no signs of illness from it.


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> Last month at our applique group mtg one of the quilters told about her cat 
> who consumed a long, long pc of fabric (actually the outer trimming of a full 
> size quilt). The cat had to under go surgery and remain as a patient to remove 
> the fabric. She said it was unbelievable she would or could take in the 
> scrap. 
> Ceres 
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