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Re: Happy Holidays to All, now cat door

Marge, what's a cat box got to do with wanting to go in and out? I don't
understand. Cat box, like the kind you take her to the vet in, right?

> Jim,
> Don't you have a cat box for your princess?  If she's got one, then
> the in-out is just pulling your chain; cats are sooo good at that:-)
> Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> > From: james singer <jsinger@igc.org>
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> > Got one of those, Marge. We decided we didn't want the house open
> to 
> > raccoons, however, so we put it in the door between the kitchen and
> the 
> > garage. Once it's daylight, we can open the garage door and Miss
> Priss 
> > can come and go as she pleases. By then, of course, she has already
> > been in and out four or five times, so she usually decides it's nap
> > time.
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