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Re: Slugger

What great results for you and Slugger!  Way to go, Kitty.  I have a new 
tomcat who's just like Slugger.  His name is Melvin.  I had him neutered and given 
shots about 2 weeks ago.  I was concerned that my "front porch" group had 
left for good because he was so mean to them.  Melvin disappeared for 3 days, 
during which time the other cats came back home.  When Melvin returned he was 
meek as a lamb, and now they all seem to be getting along.  I would bet that 
Slugger is now a permanent resident of your household, and I don't blame Mick one 
bit.  I'd be jealous, too.


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