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Re: It's monsoon...

In a message dated 7/11/2006 2:49:04 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,  
islandjim1@verizon.net writes:

Know  that a cat's unimpeded entrance to the house is through a cat door 
between  the garage and the kitchen. And for a cat [or any other 
critter--a  raccoon--say] to reach the cat door, it has to enter through 
the garage  door, which is on the front of the house but usually open 
during daylight  hours, and scurry the length of the garage to the back 
of the house and  the cat door.

Bashful not only went 6 feet in the air at the thunder,  she 
circumnavigated the house and crashed through the cat door in a record  
setting 15 seconds. Once inside, she settled at the food bowl as though  
nothing had happened.

Then another KA-BOOM and she raced to her  under-the-bed sanctuary.

It's still raining quite hard; we lose the  satellite connection off and 

Oh the poor baby!!   I could just see that.  My dog Max cant  take that noise 
Hope it clears up soon...   I know it is trying to do it  here.  Got very 
cloudy, but then it is my day off, and I expect nothing  else!  LOL
Be safe

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