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Old 10-22-2010, 04:29 PM   #1
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Charlie's big trip

the cat that was left on my door step is going to the vet on the 26th. there he will be nurtured. not a moment to soon. he is starting to think he is a tom cat. he has grown to be a big cat. still siamese marking but is about half Persian, i think. huge feet. been awhile since i have had a cat nurtured. hope all goes well.

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Is nurturing more costly than neutering?
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Thanks, Babe for taking care of Charlie so well! So he's getting big, huh? It's always a surprise when they fill out and grow up. My Latte' was, by description, a little boy Himalayan...instead I got a chocolate point female Siamese.
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Old 10-22-2010, 09:35 PM   #6
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oh dear and i did a spell check.
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nurturingpresent participle of nur·ture (Verb)
1. Care for and encourage the growth or development of.
2. Cherish

I'd say you have it exactly right, Babe!
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Old 10-23-2010, 02:34 PM   #8
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thank you, dear heart. i see it that way myself.
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I call them as I see them! I do appreciate you're taking in the loveable ball of floof! AND giving him a loving home.
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the cat that was left on my door step is going to the vet on the 26th. there he will be nurtured. not a moment to soon. he is starting to think he is a tom cat. he has grown to be a big cat. still siamese marking but is about half Persian, i think. huge feet. been awhile since i have had a cat nurtured. hope all goes well.
I guess, it is like Garfield. :)
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