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Re: Cat News GOOD

I do agree with Auralie. Maybe not just yet but not too far down the line. Give Sugar time to get over her trauma and back to her old self, then get her a little playmate. Yes, you say she won't tolerate it, but you would be surprised. You might name the new one Spice. I've been through this and you know that all good things end some day. It is so nice to have another little one around to console you - and you, her. When I lost Spot I was inconsolable for the most part, but Orangecat needed me and he was the best possible grief therapy. I hope Sugar is around a long time but no one is forever.

neIN, Zone 5
----- Original Message ----- From: <Aplfgcnys@aol.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Sunday, June 17, 2007 9:09 AM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] Cat News GOOD

Pam, I know I am sticking my nose in , but I just can't help but
worry about you.  Please, for the sake of your mental and emotional
health, get another cat, or better, two kittens.  I know you think
Sugar won't accept them, but I've been through this more than
a few times. You'll be surprised at how well they all adjust - and
the back-up support you'll have.  Forgive an old woman's
impertinence, but I really wish you would.

Auralie - typing this with a large black-and-white tomcat in my lap,
who was accepted by an older tom, and then accepted first one,
and then two more kittens.

In a message dated 06/16/2007 9:25:39 PM Eastern Standard Time,
gardenqueen@gmail.com writes:

Well Cathy, she's still pretty lethargic and barely eating, but Jesse
assures me that this is normal behavior after what she's been through. Hope so. Either way, every day I have w/ her I am treating as a great gift, just in case. I finally slept last night and managed to eat today so I am on the
mend as well.  Been a total wreck this week.

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