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plant-eating cats

At 09:15 AM 1/1/00 EST, you wrote:
>Plant eating cat, you are making me miss my kitty, she was almost eighteen 
>when she passed away.  She was very tidy about trimming the plants, very
>and even, and she loved catnip growing in a pot.
ACtually, I started with African Violets years ago because my cats didn't
like the fuzzy leaves. Their all time favorite was Oxalis, the Iron Cross
kind. My big time plant eater died in April this year, and I miss her every
day. Not so her sister, who is reveling in her role as Only Cat.

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