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« Reply #25 on: November 20, 2011, 12:15:20 PM »



Mostly today I have posted things of this nature to cause drama and cover up the pain I am feeling about having my cat put to sleep on Thursday. [/quote]

As someone who has been in that position before and unfortunately may be again before too long, you have my full sympathy. For some of us, animals are not just pets, but members of the family.
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Thank you. Dermot Kehoe was a fine cat. He went peacefully on Thursday, 11/17/11. Agnes O'Feral and I miss him.
Dermot Kehoe was most likely a DF23+ cat.
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« Reply #26 on: November 20, 2011, 02:51:02 PM »

We have a little miniature Dachshund named Daisy, but she is just three years old.

I like cats okay, but we don't have one because I like watching the birds and squirrels in our yard. Cats kill everything for miles around. If I had one, I wouldn't see any squirrels and very few birds.
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« Reply #27 on: November 20, 2011, 03:28:27 PM »

I live on a small farm(30 acres) and i have taken in some stray cats. I have 5. All are fixed and are now house cats. I was providing food and shelter to some feral cats, but the coyotes have reduced their numbers to zero. I decided to keep these 5 in the house.

Also I feed a family of 5 crows. I am teaching them to say "hello"
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« Reply #28 on: November 20, 2011, 05:46:09 PM »

We have a little miniature Dachshund named Daisy, but she is just three years old.

I like cats okay, but we don't have one because I like watching the birds and squirrels in our yard. Cats kill everything for miles around. If I had one, I wouldn't see any squirrels and very few birds.

I have had a dog in the past, but currently just have two cats, both of whom were strays we took in. One is now too old to hunt, and just looks wistfully at the squirrels and birds. The other occasionally gets a bird, rat, mouse, mole or gopher, and sometimes unfortunately deposits them still alive inside the house. So far the squirrels and blue jays have eluded her. Between them they managed to get nearly all of our apples off our tree this year, despite the presence of the cats.

But I think we are in danger of hijacking this thread, for which I apologize.
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