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Re: PETA and

My Jason has no front claws, but has had no problem as an outdoor cat. He gets his quota of voles (eats all the mice he catches), and deals with the other cat or dog issue by staying in the yard. He is a very dog like cat - even comes when he is called!

On Wednesday, October 8, 2003, at 12:55 PM, Donna wrote:

I guess I should have been clearer---

Jesse they took his front claws off... so when he gets into a fight with
another cat or dog or ?... he can not protect himself. He is restricted
to be an indoor cat because of that...

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