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Re: Re: chow, chow, chow

In a message dated 02/24/2003 2:48:43 PM Central Standard Time, 
kmrsy@earthlink.net writes:

> but I bet Zem is feeding
> more than just a couple of cats with that. Maybe some that aren't
> feline.

I just wrote to Pam and told her I was feeding more like 32 cats right now.  
And, yes, Kitty some aren't even feline.  There's the family of skunks that 
eat about 6:00 p.m., then the fat raccoons arrive about 7:00 to be followed 
by the possums at 8:00.  Don't know how they all figured out their schedule, 
but it seems to work for them.  The front porch cats just sit on the chairs 
or the table and watch the show.  The cats living in the back yard have 
houses.  They just watch that show out their front door.  There are a few 
skunks that eat out back.  I just saw one little possum out there last 
summer.  The front porch is a lot more accessible for them, and it provides 
more shelter for the dining al fresco experience. Incidentally, 150 pounds 
will last about 2 weeks then it's back to Sam's Club in Memphis for more 
provisions. :-)

who is also freezing in zone 7

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