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Re: Cat names

Good names, Jim.  I once had a cat named Scardy Cat; male black and
white who was born wild but eventually became quite tame.  He turned
out to be a true gentleman...still miss him and he's been gone for at
least 20 years.  Just takes some time and patience to turn scardy
cats into lap cats:-)

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
Shadyside Garden Designs

> From: james singer <islandjim1@verizon.net>
> We finally settled on names for the two cats. The homely little
> will be "Squinty Cat" because she squints a lot, especially in the
> when I first turn on the lights. The large all-black cat that
> most of her time under the bed will be "Scaredy Cat" for obvious 
> reasons. Scaredy is becoming more sociable, but it's a slow
> She's really a beautiful cat, long coal-black fur and bright green 
> eyes. We have some hope that Squinty, who is very sweet and loving,

> will eventually civilize Scaredy. But that may be wishful thinking.

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