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Re: OT: cat's don't beg

  • Subject: Re: OT: cat's don't beg
  • From: smciris@aol.com
  • Date: Tue, 14 Aug 2007 01:06:56 EDT

"An offering of tuna would be acceptable this evening."
Yes, there's really a slender little cat underneath all that fur.  Cinco de Meow does not beg.  She announces that she's ready for her special treat by going to her "tuna table" where she can protect her special bowl from her offspring.
Almost all of our cats have been iris-friendly.  A squirt of water, a splash of tea or other beverage quickly teaches them that the iris beds are off-limits.  The two slow learners were soon found more suitable homes. 
Sharon McAllister

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