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Posted on Fri, Aug 26, 2005 19:22

Ahhhhhh, THERE she is, the little one... Lauren, that's a cool name, bobcatmoon!! ;)



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Posted on Thu, Aug 25, 2005 00:16

BFD ...your funny lol

BTW I am a cat AND dog lover! Both have lived side by side in my house.

I had a black labrador called BJ (short for Ben Jnr NOT Blow Job!)and a black cat called Midnight who had just had kittens. Well BJ loved those little tigers although Midnight wouldnt let him near the basket. So everytime she went to feed or go out BJ would run over and start washing them. Midnight would return to a basketful of sticky mess, dog drool all over her babies that looked more like little gonks!!!!

Also have a maltese terrier who as a puppy was brought up with an undernourished stray cat that looked like a kitten even as an adult! They used to sleep, eat and play together, then when we bought our son a dog the kitten wouldnt let him sleep in the dog bed!! Eventually we had to buy another dog bed cos Chance (sons dog) outgrew the kitty bed (he was a ridgeback/boarbull lol

  


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Posted on Wed, Aug 24, 2005 18:47

BFD, I swear... the things you say sometimes... lol



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Posted on Wed, Aug 24, 2005 18:06


BFDeal write:
Don't you like cats? We were cat people at my house. I don't care what they say, you are in one camp or the other. What's it gonna be, cats or dogs? Don't give me that, "I like both". I'll buy that you don't like either, but no liking both. Because if you throw a stick, and the dog will go get it. The cat will just look at you, and you can feel it thinking, 'What, you think I'm a moron" Your private little stick fetcher? Puhleeeeaazze. Yawn."

Smart cat. Besides, you can't play cat-ball with a dog. You know, like soccer. But with a cat! It's OK, I can tell you first hand that they always land on their feet and the game gets progressively harder to play.

Did I tell about the time my long haired feline friend was shedding all over my room. So I gave her a haircut. With scissors. Ooops! I swear my dear cat thought she was being punished and walked with her head down for weeks. She was EMBARRASSED. We made friends again though. A little forced pot smoke in the face will make ANYBODY your friend. Purrrrrr. Just in time for KITTY SPINS! Hey, where'd that cat go?

BFDeal



BFDeal YOU a p*ussy lover? Imagine that.



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Posted on Wed, Aug 24, 2005 16:17

Don't you like cats? We were cat people at my house. I don't care what they say, you are in one camp or the other. What's it gonna be, cats or dogs? Don't give me that, "I like both". I'll buy that you don't like either, but no liking both. Because if you throw a stick, and the dog will go get it. The cat will just look at you, and you can feel it thinking, 'What, you think I'm a moron" Your private little stick fetcher? Puhleeeeaazze. Yawn."

Smart cat. Besides, you can't play cat-ball with a dog. You know, like soccer. But with a cat! It's OK, I can tell you first hand that they always land on their feet and the game gets progressively harder to play.

Did I tell about the time my long haired feline friend was shedding all over my room. So I gave her a haircut. With scissors. Ooops! I swear my dear cat thought she was being punished and walked with her head down for weeks. She was EMBARRASSED. We made friends again though. A little forced pot smoke in the face will make ANYBODY your friend. Purrrrrr. Just in time for KITTY SPINS! Hey, where'd that cat go?

BFDeal



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Posted on Wed, Aug 24, 2005 14:34

I don't know why, Sunshine, try again.

Snooty, we're organizing an MM gathering in Toronto this fall, go see the thread in Message Board, entitled... of course... lol... "MM gathering in Toronto"!! It would be great if you could come also.



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Posted on Tue, Aug 23, 2005 06:09

Snooty, what color is she exactly, in the picture, it shows blue!! I must say that it takes some getting used to when you see a cat like that, although I do believe you she must be a sweetheart. My cat is a Singapura and people also have to get accustomed to her look because of her big ears and huge eyes, but we love her to no end and we think that she's the cutest thing around... lol... typical of parents, isn't it... LOL



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Posted on Sun, Aug 21, 2005 20:22

bobcatmoon, your cats look sooooo happy... ;) Angel, Dartanian, Melatron... how many do you have??
Thank you for explaining Hemingways to me, I had never heard that before. So Hemingways have the extra toes? Dartanian is a gorgeous cat. I guess you don't have a lot of birds on your property... do you... ;) Before my Mom had Treena, she used to have bird feeders everywhere with all kinds of birds coming over, she had her bird book and her binoculars, watched them and knew all the names. But when Treena became a permanent part of the family, all the birds disappeared. It was too bad in a sense though...
You have coyotes over there too?? I guess the answer would be simpler if I asked you what kind of animals you DON'T have in your area... lol



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Posted on Fri, Aug 19, 2005 14:10

bobcatmoon, your cats are really spoiled if you bring them filet mignon and lobster!! lol They must be all over you when you come home.

My little cougar is mostly a vegetarian, she loves blueberries, apples, cucumbers, broccoli, pears. Apart from that, she eats dry food, she doesn't like anything else, not even "our" food. When we're eating at the table, she jumps on the table to come see what we're eating and does her little dance to burry it... lol As for my old cat, she's on a strict diet even if she likes everything because she gets constipated very easily; and so for her, it's the canned cat food mixed with Petromalt, mineral oil and water, 3 times a day. She just went through a bout of constipation for 2 days, I had to put some mineral oil and vitamin E oil several times a day where the sun don't shine to help her go; she finally did go last night or else I would have had to take her to the vet. She's pretty weak and loses her balance easily, she's sleeping a lot, but today she's a bit better. I told my daughter only tonight that her cat had been sick or else she would have been so worried about her! She's driving down from the Laurentians tomorrow to come see her.

Ahhhhhh, the stories we have... lol...
How many cats do you have, bobcatmoon?? I'm not a paying member so I can't email you but if ever I decide to go down to FL, I'd drop by to see your place, I'd like that... of course if you don't mind... lol



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Posted on Thu, Aug 18, 2005 20:12

Awwww, she's so cute... especially with all the toes! What is a Hemingway? In French, a colored cat like Angel is called "chatte espagnole", in English "Spanish Cat". I don't know why!! lol

I used to have one also with extra toes, he was all black with the big double paws in the front. I had just gotten married (a really long time ago...), I stopped at the petshop after work to buy some budgie food and they had a litter of kittens; there was one, the smallest, that was really sick, trembling and practically not moving; I thought to myself "If I don't buy it, nobody will because he's sick and for sure he's going to die." So I bought him. I was wearing a business suit, high heels, a long ivory-colored coat; I put him inside my coat on my chest, and he just looked at me as if I was his savior and then peed on me right in the store!! LOL Poor little thing, I just held him and ran out of the store to take him home; I gave it a bath and dried him up in a big fluffy towel, took him to the vet to have him checked; he had diarrhea, ear mites, everything. That cat never left my sight, even my mother-in-law at the time who never liked animals couldn't believe the way Shami looked at me, so grateful and appreciative. He was a great cat... and had the big double paws!



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Posted on Wed, Aug 17, 2005 19:31

bobcatmoon, I just read the profile of 8thworldwonder, he's a guy... sorry... lol... but he is an animal lover like you; you 2 guys probably should hook up for your projects, his dream is to open an animal hospital for homeless animals in the States. He owns dogs, cats, horses and takes care of ferrall cats also. He's in NJ. I can't contact him because I'm not a paying member and nor is he.



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Posted on Tue, Aug 16, 2005 15:25

Love is.....

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Posted on Tue, Aug 16, 2005 07:35

SShopper, when you said that you let the car window open, I went "Wow, great idea" but then I said "She lets the window open?? What about if it's raining or snowing?" But then I looked where you lived... LOL... of course, Arizona!!! No wonder you can let your car window open!!
Still a great idea though!

Vahalia, you're right, animals know instinctively if a person is a nice person or not. I've noticed that a lot of times. Sometimes I go visit friends with pets and they (the pets... lol) come and see me right away and my friends go "My dog never did that before!" My oldest daughter has something special about her, she can approach any animal and the animal is going to become putty in her hands, she's not afraid at all and I guess they sense that a lot.

Bobcatmoon, I've never visited your area but was told by a friend in SC that it's very beautiful. I can't believe those men though being so mean with that lady, after all, it's her money, she can very well do whatever she wants with it. You see, my ultimate goal is to move to the mountains to be away from the "human race", too many mean people around, but you ARE in the mountains and you still have to deal with them. I really hope your grant comes through, it would be such a great cause. I'd even be willing to be a volunteer for a couple of months out of the year, my business is "portable", I only need the internet! lol It's too bad that the U.S. spend litterally billions of dollars in campaigning, advertising and printing for elections when they could use that money for so many needy causes everywhere. Here in Canada, when we have federal elections, the candidates have 6 weeks to campaign and advertise before the elections; after the elections, they have 2 weeks to bring all the signs down.



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Posted on Tue, Aug 16, 2005 07:19

And this is the cat of my oldest daughter (she's gone for the summer), Maya, a Himalayan. I trimmed her fur yesterday because it's too frickin' hot here, besides it's less hair, I'm allergic!! She's an old cat, poor darling, when she walks you can see that her bones are acking; she's 13 yrs old and needs a lot of care.

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Posted on Tue, Aug 16, 2005 07:17

HAHA! It's 10:00 am, I just sneaked in my daughter's room and took a picture of my 2 sleeping beauties!! My baby, the furry one... lol... is a Singapura, she has a heart condition and the breeder couldn't sell her so I took her of course. She really doesn't seem to be sick though, she is so lively and full of eneregy, always on the prowl, watching us and pouncing on us all the time! She's like a miniature cougar, she's a darling, 3 yrs old now.

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Posted on Mon, Aug 15, 2005 09:17

My cat, Petra just recently had a litter of 6 black kitties. They are the cutest things in the world. Her hubby, Bob has been beside himself since he heard her giving birth. He keeps wanting to get at her. I let him in once and all he wanted to do was rub on her. He didn't have much use for the kittens, which is good, he won't be killing them.
When I was younger I lived in a neighborhood that was a little nicer than those around. People dumped all kinds of animals off assuming the people of the neighborhood had money and could care for their dumped strays. My home became a "halfway house" to animals. I had quite a few cats, a rabbit and a dog come through. The way I placed the animals was I would let the animal choose who to go with. They are a good judge of character and know if they will be treated well. If an animal acted distrustful of the person, I would send them home empty handed. I had more than a few feral cats come through as well. So many owned cats would have their babies outside and the owners never had a clue their baby was pregnant. It took hours to get them to trust me, but I would sit that long until they would.



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Posted on Sun, Aug 14, 2005 18:14

Mel... don't ever change! ;) We can always count on you to make us laugh... ;)

Robotic, I'm sorry to hear that you lost your cat, even if the house does smell bettter... ;)

Sshopper, your kitties are cute and really look spoiled too!! lol That's great that you could find a home right away for that kitty! I kid you not, people who abandon animals like that, I could just wallpaper them!!! Grrrrrr...

Bobcatmoon, does that lady still have cats with her? No wonder she's grateful to you, it must have taken you a long time to place all of them. I'd have such a hard time, I'd want to keep them all.
And what's a happy paws trap? That's a cute expression. Is that what we call a friendly trap? That's what I used to have when I had mice in my house, I just couldn't kill them so I'd trap them in those special friendly traps and drive to a wooded area and set them free. They were so cute!!

"I am glad it did not come to that though as I would have hurt my career... or leak when I drink... or even worse!!!" - Hahaha... that was funny!!

  


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Posted on Fri, Aug 12, 2005 16:55

Bobcatmoon, that is really great what you are doing there... I admire that a lot!

My parents used to own a camping ground when I was young and we used to save a lot of farm cats that were abandonned; they were so wild, it was incredible; slowly but surely, they would become accustomed to us and would accept food and then we could pet them.

My Mom did the same thing again 3 yrs ago with a cat that wondered in our backyard, she had been abandonned and was so wild and afraid of humans, it was unbelievable; it took my Mom 10 months to finally be able to tame her enough that she started coming into the house. I remember being there at Christmas, it was freezing cold, and my sister, my daughters and I would take turns to go sit on the balcony in the cold, not moving, trying to gain her trust enough so that we could get her in the house because it was so cold, but we didn't succeed unfortunately; so my Dad and my brother built her a little condo, it had plexiglass walls and roof so she could see outside all around her, a heated pad on the floor for warmth and food and water. We finally got her to go in and she really appreciated her little condo for the rest of the winter. The following summer, my Mom finally got her in the house and she hasn't left them since. Her name is Treena because she loves climbing trees... lol



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Posted on Thu, Aug 11, 2005 14:35

Bobcat!!!...What a guy!!

Well done...you truly do have a good heart!

  


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Posted on Wed, Aug 03, 2005 18:49

I happen to have a 22 year old female cat. I understand she was owned by a lady in a trailor for ten years who gave the cat to my father-in-law who had her for eight years and then he died. No one was living in his house and no one was feeding the old girl, so we went down there picked her up and brought her here. That was about four years ago.

She was infested with fleas and something down in her ear but we took are of that.

She is now so skinny I am afraid every day she is going to drop dead. I try to feed her but she will hardly eat.

I posted the above on July 27. The cat died in her sleep on July 29. I built a box and buried her in the back yard.

The house smells better.

I don't think I will ever have another animal. They die.



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