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Old Jul 7, 2006, 9:17 PM   #1
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Old Jul 7, 2006, 9:38 PM   #2
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Pity it isn't the other way around
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Old Jul 7, 2006, 9:55 PM   #3
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I don't know about that. Though I'm not overly fond of cats, there are alot more rabbits around and they would quickly run out of cats.
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Marvelous response!... Fred
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Coincidence...Since I posted the last comment, I watched the news. A segment was on ferel cats. Apparantly there are estimated to be 18 million feral cats and 3 million domestic. The feral cats are destroying the native bird and small animal population at an alarming rate.

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Coincidence...Since I posted the last comment, I watched the news. A segment was on ferel cats. Apparantly there are estimated to be 18 million feral cats and 3 million domestic. The feral cats are destroying the native bird and small animal population at an alarming rate.

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Thanks, Bootneck. Our feral cats have not put much of a dent in the rabbit population around here. I do wish they would concentrate a little more on the groundhog population, but then who would eat the rampant kudzu.





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