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Old 07-27-2010, 09:03 PM   #31
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really well, eating out of same dish. caught them sleeping on one blanket that thomas loves. charlie wants to play and thomas is starting to play with him. chase is the game. charlie jumps on thomas, and they roll around playing. when thomas has enough, he bats him harder and charlie backs off. most of the time, thomas just watchs him , appearing to be puzzled at his antics. charlie has found a ball he likes and chases it all over the sunroom. they make me laugh at least twice a day. thanks for asking.

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Old 09-20-2010, 10:05 AM   #32
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We also checked Craigslist, put a "Found" ad (free) in the local newspaper, and put an ad with a picture for "Found" kitty on Craigslist for our area (we took picture with a digital camera, put on our computer in a file, then uploaded it to Craigslist ad). Our vet for our other cat scanned the stray tom for free to see if he had a chip. We also put a "Found" cat ad with a good picture on the telephone poles within several blocks. I even read the Obituaries to see if someone died, other family members might not have been able to get the cat to come to them if they were strangers to him, and sometimes people feed the animals and/or leave them outside, so no evidence for family to find to KNOW there is a cat, etc. if elderly sent to hospital, and so forth. Upshot of all of this was, we now have a second cat - and we love him, invested in neutering etc. And we cannot keep a collar and tag on our cats, they lose them.

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