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Re: OT - kitten news

Probably won't settle down until he is MUCH older.

Daryl <pulis@mindspring.com> wrote:
  I figured that might be the case. Was hoping that with enough exercise 
during the day, he'd sleep all night as he used to do.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Jesse Bell" 
Sent: Tuesday, September 04, 2007 2:15 PM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] OT - kitten news

> It's a cat thing. When we had two of them in the house...about 2:00 they 
> would start in by rip-roaring through the house, over the bed, under the 
> bed, on top of our heads and out the door. Then they would settle down 
> about 3:30 at the foot of the bed, or bite our chins for petting. Now, 
> it's Raja, the princess, who thinks she owns my pillow, and by 2:30 or 
> 3:00 my hair looks like Phylis Diller because she has made "biscuits" in 
> it half the night. I usually sleep through it.
> Daryl 
> Great news on the kitten.
> Is there some way to keep a cat from the 2:30 routine? Diesel starts at
> about 3, but then is awake most of the rest of the night.
> d

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