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Re: Sad News


Well, I was out wandering around in my nightie at 3am.  Jack's growling woke
me up.  He was upset because Slugger was looking at him.  I closed the door
on Slugger, but Jack wouldn't stop.  I took Jack in my arms to throw him
outside, but as I set him down Slugger jumped him.  Screams!  J got away.  S
jumped him again!  More screaching!  I'm yelling.  S got him a 3rd time!
I'm chasing after them both down the timberwalk trailed by Mick and BH.
Finally caught up to S, grabbed him and threw him in the garage.  Searched
everywhere for Jack.  No luck.  Came across Seamus - nope, didn't see Jack.
Just about to give up when I heard water splashing.  Jack was busy playing
in the birdbath.  Went back to bed.

Kitty

----- Original Message ----- 
From: <Chris@widom-assoc.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Friday, July 09, 2004 7:18 PM
Subject: RE: [CHAT] Sad News


> I'm sorry to hear about Violet, Zem.  My cats are my babies and I'm
> always worrying about them. Jacy, who's snuggled up at my feet right
> now, had me up half of the night looking for him.  Someone let him out
> by accident.  My neighbors are close by and here I am wandering around
> with a flashlight calling his name after 11:00.  He did come in at about
> 12:30, looking very sleepy.  He probably had found a cool spot to sleep
> and was wondering what all the fuss was about!. I was finally able to go
> to bed.
>
> Chris
> Long Island, NY
> Zone 7
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