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Re: Kitten Q

Ah yes-  "The Cat Krazies!"


Karen Fernsler wrote:
> I don't know if there's an age requirement.  If there's a harness that fits
> him, he's probably old enough.
> Also, in the house --
> Someday, when you least expect it, you and the dogs will be minding your 
> own business relaxing -- and lo -- here comes kitten barrelling by 
> at 100 miles a second.  
> He may pause on tippy-tippy-tippy toes, look around with wide eyes, pounce 
> on an invisible mouse, then ricochet back in the other direction at 100 miles
> a second.  He may continue to do this for up to 15 minutes.
> Do not be alarmed.
> This is perfectly normal feline behavior.  Some of us call it 'Crazy 
> Kitty Mode'.
> On Mon, Aug 21, 2006 at 03:47:50PM -0400, Daryl wrote:
>> How old does a kitten need to be before trying a harness? Diesel goes on the 
>> screened porch, and has a shelf by a window from which to watch birds, but I 
>> think he'd enjoy it more outside, especially since he was an outdoor kitty 
>> before he was abotu 8 weeks old.
>> I think sometimes of just letting him out the door with the dogs,  but after 
>> doing a lot of reading it sounds like it might not be healthy for him or the 
>> bird population. We have about two-thirds of an acre that's fenced, but he 
>> could be over it in a heartbeat.
>> d
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