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Oh your cats are so beautiful. I see you have a main moon cat too. Aren't they special? My Tabitha acts so different from the rest of the cats. Like she is queen. :lol: They can make me laugh when I am sad. Thanks for sharing pics of your babies. I love seeing them. :thumbup:
 

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Hi craftingchick...
Just wanted to make one polite correction about your cat's breed - it's a Maine ****, not moon. lol :)

I'm a New Englander... and live in New Hampshire, frequently visit Maine where Maine **** cats originated. :) So please forgive my correction... it's meant to be polite.

And if you check under the general chit chat forum for feline furbabies (I think that was the post name...) you can see pics of my 3!!! :) I have one who is 19lbs and a Maine **** too. Aren't they the best!!!!?
 

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craftingchick said:
Oh your cats are so beautiful. I see you have a main moon cat too. Aren't they special? My Tabitha acts so different from the rest of the cats. Like she is queen. :lol: They can make me laugh when I am sad. Thanks for sharing pics of your babies. I love seeing them. :thumbup:
Thank you. I love them all. I have 10 at the moment, really at my max (I think) lol I keep saying that but they find me. I only have two girls and one of the boys the last picture there, Bootsie, he loves to chase those girls
 

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rofl Thank you very much but I knew that. lol **** not moon but sometimes my fingers just don't type what I am thinking. So be prepared for a lot of that coming from me. :lol: I need to reread what I type but I just don't do that. :thumbup:
 

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Here's a funny little story for y'all. My youngest cat(I have 3) loves to carry her string toys from one room to another. She has several including the ones on sticks that she bumps up and down the stairs every morning and back up again at night and a cord from a pair of my daughter's sweat pants that she commandeered.
Well last week I start crocheting an afghan and forgot to put it away in my bag before I went to bed. The next morning I woke up with it in bed with me, she had carried it upstairs, pulling yarn out from the skein the whole way, at least I still had my work because luckily the crochet hook was still attached..... silly cat!!
 

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carconn2003 said:
Here's a funny little story for y'all. My youngest cat(I have 3) loves to carry her string toys from one room to another. She has several including the ones on sticks that she bumps up and down the stairs every morning and back up again at night and a cord from a pair of my daughter's sweat pants that she commandeered.
Well last week I start crocheting an afghan and forgot to put it away in my bag before I went to bed. The next morning I woke up with it in bed with me, she had carried it upstairs, pulling yarn out from the skein the whole way, at least I still had my work because luckily the crochet hook was still attached..... silly cat!!
That is so sweet, she brought you presents
 

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We have 3 kitties, too. Our most recent acquisition came from our oldest cat bringing a kitten home. To the roof! He brought her with him up to my oldest daughter's window. She brought her in and hid her in her room for 2 weeks! All of the kids were in on it, so we kept her because we had to! ;) (We also have an old dog, 2 guinea pigs and a dozen or so fish. Oh, and Eddy. An abandoned cat who is skittish and won't come in, but we feed him and provide him shelter either in the garage or on our porch when he wants it.)



We had that litterbox when we had one cat and didn't care for it. It didn't work for us quite how we had hoped. It is just easier for us to change it, I guess. Just thought I'd share another opinion. ymmv! :D
 
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