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Re: Vole Eliminators

Our cats are about 3 to 4 years old now.............this has been their best
hunting year.....I suppose they need time to mature and figure out what it is
all about.

Our cats are Maggie - an all white DEAF female, 4yrs; Lizzy - a gray & whiite
stripped female ( the smallest ) 3 1/2 yrs; and the princess - Dorothy - the
calico, the youngest, the fatest, the most spoiled, BUT the BOSS, 3 yrs. Lizzy
climbs trees, Maggie looks at trees, and Dorothy falls out of trees.

They roam freely on 25 acres of woods but usually not very far from the house
- mostly in-n-out to get TREATS!  But they have become Great Hunters!

Bernie & Jane
LandMark Gardens
Nebraska - where the Region 5 convention will be in July 1998
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