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Re: Re: claws

Donna, I actually agree with keeping animals in, but it's not practical for
me.  Mine were all strays when they came and sometimes prefer to be out and
wouldn't allow me to sleep if I didn't cooperate.  Shimmy wants to be out
almost every night.  Mick: out most nights.  Braveheart: out about 1/2.
Jack in most nights.  Since Slugger has taken to sleeping in the Florida rm
lately, they've been inclined to stay in more.  Could also have to do with
nights getting colder and they are all getting older.  There don't seem to
be any roaming animals here to worry about except for a few other cats that
come by to visit.  And we're away from any busy streets.  Usually I can open
the door at 3 am and there they are, right here at home, just enjoying the
night air.


 ----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Donna " <justme@prairieinet.net>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Wednesday, October 08, 2003 6:03 PM
Subject: RE: [CHAT] Re: claws

> This is dog, read coyote, country here Kitty.... I would worry too much
> if he went outside. He doesn't seem to mind it, never tried to get out.
> He will be by the door as everyone walks in and out....and just sits
> there. Most times you have to walk over him to get in or out...
> Donna
> >
> > Hmmmm, 3 of mine have their front claws removed and enjoy being
> > outdoors. They can still defend to some extent with hind claws and the
> > hind claws help in tree climbing. The one that still has front claws
> > rarely uses them in defense. He runs from the declawed one who likes
> to
> > attack him.
> >
> >
> > Kitty
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