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Re: Re: claws

In a message dated 10/8/2003 6:49:53 PM Central Standard Time, 
kmrsy@comcast.net writes:
I actually agree with keeping animals in, but it's not practical for
I sure isn't practical for me, either. <LOL> I have eleven in the house and 
the other 19 are outside (16 here and 3 at an unoccupied house around the 
corner).  The outside ones all seem to sleep in groups in their houses or 
straw-filled boxes -- pretty cute sight.  This year they have cracked me up in the 
flower bed.  Since the perennial border beside the driveway has all tall woody 
plants plus some catnip.  The cats have made "tunnels" through the plants so they 
can nap in the shade, and they haven't broken anything -- good babies.
zone 7
West TN

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