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Re: messages/snow

In a message dated 01/22/2004 8:26:02 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
kmrsy@comcast.net writes:

> Seamus is forever bringing his favorite toy to eat with; he drags it over
> and plunks it in the bowl - eats - and leaves it behind.

Our Jane has a string that is her  own possession.   The other cats may also 
play with it, but the string belongs to Jane.  She carries it around  in her 
mouth from place to place, and  during the day frequently brings it to one of 
us and chirps to attract our attention.  DH  usually ends the day by playing 
with her string  for a few minutes before we go to bed, but nearly  every 
morning the string is found in the dish with the dried food -never the other dish 
with the canned  food - always the dried food.  Jane has had  a  string - this 
is the third  since one got caught up in a vacuum cleaner and one just plain 
wore out  - for about three years now, ever since she was a small kitten.  Her 
sister watches and sometimes pats at the string, but all the cats know that the 
string belongs to Jane.

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