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Re: OT.. cat post

We have cats because one of our daughters has the same response to dogs (and horses - but we don't plan on adopting one of them!). It is amazing how many people don't like, or are afraid of, cats.

On Saturday, October 25, 2003, at 06:51 PM, Bonnie & Bill Morgan wrote:

I have to agree with you Cathy. I think it shows a blatant disregard for
life in general and I have no use for someone who can so easily dispatch
dogs, cats or what-have-you. It is cruel toward the pet owner whose pet has
been taken, tortured or killed as well. I will not trust anyone who can do
such things as though it were some sort of macabre sport. UGH! (And I'm
highly allergic to cats! Eyes swell shut, asthma acts up--have trouble
breathing, etc., runs into bronchitis within a week and at least $150 in
medical costs. I tend to avoid our lithe feline friends, but not because I
don't think they are neat animals.)


Bonnie (SW OH - zone 5)
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