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Old May 18, 2007, 6:18 PM   #11
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Normally cats do have a very good instinct who is a positive, and who is, well, let`s just say, I take my Girlfriends to my Parents home and let them be scrutinezd by the cats. The cats never fail.

Does this mean my daugthers' boyfriends will all smell of fish ? :-):-):-)
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Thanks RealMash, I think my daughter should have kept the cat as now I have it, but I am biased.

Thanks Rafael for all your comments.


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A nice cat and a good picture of him doing what cats do so well. If you had your way and he got to go outside the odds are you would not be getting as many bird in the yard shots though. Unless you got shots of the birds sitting on something screaming at him. We let ours out today for a brief moment and could tell who has nests in the area by which birds screamed at him.
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LOL, Steve. Actually, we already had a barn cat, then a wild (stray) cat showed up. Not long after, the daughter decides to get rid of Teche instead of the boyfriend. Since she is an offshoot of my wife and loves cats and animals, you know who ended up with Teche. She figures that way, she had a chance at getting the cat back, if the love relationship does't work. I have my doubts, though.

Isn't it great to be a caretaker?:-):-)
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