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I've got two. Scobie and BooBoo, the white cats.     Let's see Cherry! And Lucy and Mack! And Wilma, of course!

Cathy's cats are, as the young folk say, Da bomb ( that means good BTW)   I was so taken with them that i did not once wonder how they might taste or how best they could be prepared

And my two giants are always trying to stuff themselves into spaces far smaller than they are.   Thanks for the advice on falling cats, all. Glyn confirmed my fears that shorter drops are more dan

But I'm with you on her needing a shrink, I think.

 

And the waking me up behavior is so specific.  When the meowing, nudging of the face, eyelid licking etc. is finally successful and she gets me, cursing, out of bed she clams right up.

Free consult:

 

-- she's just expressing her inner kitten.

;)

 

I once went on a first date with a guy who actually said to me--this is, I swear, verbatim--, "Are you friends with your inner child?" I told him I had given it up for adoption. ;) Needless to say, there was no second date.

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i find Steel Shedding Blade indispensable for grooming my short-haired cats and even Cherry the Lab - she gets scared to death every time i pull the brush out but somehow doesn't mind (and even seems to enjoy) this tool:

 

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i find Steel Shedding Blade indispensable for grooming my short-haired cats and even Cherry the Lab - she gets scared to death every time i pull the brush out but somehow doesn't mind (and even seems to enjoy) this tool:

 

How does it work? I desperately need something to groom my short coated dog, but don’t have a time to brush him every day, what is really needed for is awful shedding. Thank you

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The shedding blade is great, but you have to use a gentle touch, lest you break or pull out the fur. My cats hated the brush, but would line up for the blade, purring loudly and turning 'round to have favorite areas worked on!

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Drs. J, the girls are breathtaking, and clearly very content in their new home.

 

Kim, what a sweet pup! How old is she now?

 

Benjy... I'm a fool for big blond boys with furry toes and lynx tips. :(

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Those are very pretty kitties. :(

whiskerless wonder's mommy gave me a worried call a couple of days ago..apparently, she isnt eating and is drinking too much water. she is also losing weight. i asked her if she is losing weight or becoming 'gawky' in the cat-teenagey kind of way...maybe this weekend, i'll visit her and we'll take her to the vet for a weigh-in/bloodwork etc. i think she is going to be just fine. all girls are fussy eaters, right? when we picked her up from the garage, she was barely a month old and was being fed cake soaked in milk. sweetened with sugar even. the boy was ok, but had a teeny pot belly sticking out. they came in as two little flea bags and there wasnt much we could do to get rid of the fleas completely. not without poisoning them with flea medication, that is...so there is always the flea-worm connection. i am even considering suggesting homeopathy. why not..nothing to lose there. another cat(she is 10 years old) is showing signs of paralysis. the good news is that the vet says she will be ok.

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