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[#] Sat May 02 2020 15:52:37 EDT from wizard of aahz

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The cat pays her own insurance?

[#] Sat May 02 2020 18:41:32 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

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No, I do. It isn't worth it.

[#] Thu Sep 24 2020 17:23:18 EDT from zooer

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In my newsfeed stories about the best way to feed your cat is to only feed it once day.  I discussed this with my cat, he did not agree.



[#] Thu Sep 24 2020 19:37:33 EDT from LoanShark

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I discussed this with my cat and she wrote a detailed letter of complaint to the editor of the local newspaper.

[#] Wed Oct 07 2020 09:30:57 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

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Well isn't that interesting.   I am thinking about a third cat ... maybe a big fat orange tabby will fit the bill.  I want a guaranteed established marshmallow lap cat this time.



[#] Fri Oct 09 2020 05:30:34 EDT from zooer

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I have had two orange cats, neither of them were lap cats.  The first cat would sit in your lap occasionally until you slightly moved a leg muscle and it would jump off your lap.  The second cat likes to be with humans but doesn't always want to be touched. Both cats enjoyed laying next to you on the couch, were very sweet, never tried to scratch at a human.  Neither orange cat climbed on the counters or the table. We have a heavy foot mat they both use to stretch their claws but don't scratch much else. Both opened their mouth but never bit to say "I have had enough"  Both cats enjoyed being combed. 

I don't know if they would be lap cats but they are wonderful sweet cats.  The vet and the vet assistants have said what great cats they are.

 



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