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Cats as Gardeners

Clarence Mahan wrote:

:  Even the birds, except
:  the noisy crows and blue jays, have come to accept my cat's place in the
:  garden.  I like birds, too, and Yo normally ignores them. It's all in the
:  training. :) :) :) When I am in the garden working, Yo follows me everywhere
:  and loves the garden as much as I do.  Deny him the garden. Never!  We are a
:  team.

Absolutely!  "It's all in the training!"  The quail have even come to accept our
Grizzled Old Warrior as the guardian of their feeding grounds. (Field mice and
packrats are the common enemy.)

Sharon McAllister (73372.1745@compuserve.com)

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