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Old 03-01-2008, 07:15 PM   #51
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I've mentioned that to Paul... I've said for a long time that Lily needs a friend... Not sure now would be the right time to introduce another cat to the family though. She's always been the "only" pet and she's so upset already...another might make it worse.
Yeah, she needs time to settle into her new life-style for a while. It might be something to consider a little later.

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Old 03-01-2008, 11:18 PM   #52
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I'm sure she will adapt with time after all they do use their whiskers to guide them at night . I'm thinking a herding dog like a border collie who will keep her with in bounderies and protect her. Sounds crazy but not impossible.
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My mother would always put in a ticking clock for our new puppies or kittens--we grew up with many and it really did soothe them. She said it reminded them of the sound of their mother's heartbeat.
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She's outside now in a dog cage... She can't get out and nothing can get in. She seems to be happy to be outside even if she's in "kitty Jail". It's was for a pretty large dog so she's can walk around a little bit.
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She's outside now in a dog cage... She can't get out and nothing can get in. She seems to be happy to be outside even if she's in "kitty Jail". It's was for a pretty large dog so she's can walk around a little bit.
that's good, at least she is getting some fresh air and being safe.
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