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Re: OT:Abandoned List and Cat Comments

From: "William Stone" <wstone@volcano.net>

Hello Michael;  Watched your name be the only one that popped up today but
had to much company to reply. In reference to the Kitty Cat gifts I have a
neighbor that was delivered a nice little mousey to her bed. She made the
mistake of thinking it was dead and ended up with some rabies shots.  I hope
no one else has experiencd this but then they say experience is the best
teacher.  Bill-----
 Where we are having a dry December in Northern California

Original Message -----
From: "Gullo" <tgf@frontiernet.net>
To: <iris-talk@onelist.com>
Sent: Monday, December 27, 1999 2:50 AM
Subject: Re: [iris-talk] OT:Abandoned List and Cat Comments

> From: Gullo <tgf@frontiernet.net>
> Hello Christa,
>      By gifts are you referring to mice , Chipmunks , moles , birds and
> rabbits?  When I was still living with my folks we had a number of kitties
> often made such presentations.  Used to get quite upset with them even
though I
> know it is their nature.
> Michael Gullo
> West Walworth , N.Y.
> Christa Royer wrote:
> > From: Christa Royer <croyer@fastrans.net>
> >
> > Gullo wrote:
> >
> > > From: Gullo <tgf@frontiernet.net
> >
> > >    Anner ,  how did you manage to train the catz to get you gifts?  A
> > > trick.
> >
> > Michael:
> > One of the reasons for having cats is they don't need training. Cats are
> > naturally perceptive, intuative, good at thought transfer, and good gift
> > presenters.
> >
> > Christa Royer
> > St. Louis MO
> >
> >

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