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RE: The I always miss stuff thread. - 12/9/2012 7:41:42 AM   
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Thanks and yeah, it's going to take me a while to get over the image of finding her body. It's not a nice feeling losing a pet, as you well know. It's now just me and my other cat, who is a big fat cuddly doll who wouldn't hurt a fly.


I've got two in Britain, one we had since a kitten and a stray we adopted. I have family looking after them while we're away. And now we have one in Philly too. And she's preggers, so kittens as well. When we're back in Britain, they'll be with the mother-in-law. And then we're going to be doing what we need to move back here full time, and flying over our two U.K. kitties.


AWWW!! So many cats and kittens!

We got kittens this summer - they grow so fast! One can't meow (he squeaks though) whilst the other can meow loudly enough for the two of them.

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RE: The I always miss stuff thread. - 12/9/2012 7:22:03 PM   
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ORIGINAL: MovieAddict247


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ORIGINAL: rawlinson


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ORIGINAL: Shifty Bench


Thanks and yeah, it's going to take me a while to get over the image of finding her body. It's not a nice feeling losing a pet, as you well know. It's now just me and my other cat, who is a big fat cuddly doll who wouldn't hurt a fly.


I've got two in Britain, one we had since a kitten and a stray we adopted. I have family looking after them while we're away. And now we have one in Philly too. And she's preggers, so kittens as well. When we're back in Britain, they'll be with the mother-in-law. And then we're going to be doing what we need to move back here full time, and flying over our two U.K. kitties.


AWWW!! So many cats and kittens!

We got kittens this summer - they grow so fast! One can't meow (he squeaks though) whilst the other can meow loudly enough for the two of them.



AWW. Is it a medical thing or is he just not a meower?

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RE: The I always miss stuff thread. - 12/9/2012 9:33:13 PM   
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AWW. Is it a medical thing or is he just not a meower?


Say that word out loud.

Imagine Christopher Walken saying the word "mower".

Now say the word above again.

Yep. You're welcome. You can now say at least one word of Walkenese.


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RE: The I always miss stuff thread. - 12/9/2012 9:41:27 PM   
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I found my cat outside last year - first proper loss of a pet for me (fish don't count because they're rubbish ). Thankfully my other (16 now) has promised to live forever.


I'm starting to wonder if my 19 year old cat has made the same promise. Though knowing him, it's more likely that he's just forgotten to stop living Still, he's in really pretty amazing shape for his age - he can still jump a couple of feet, and he likes attention. Completely mad and deaf as a doorpost though

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RE: The I always miss stuff thread. - 13/9/2012 7:44:45 AM   
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ORIGINAL: homersimpson_esq

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AWW. Is it a medical thing or is he just not a meower?


Say that word out loud.

Imagine Christopher Walken saying the word "mower".

Now say the word above again.

Yep. You're welcome. You can now say at least one word of Walkenese.





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AWW. Is it a medical thing or is he just not a meower?


I think he's just not a meower (though he gave it his best shot when stuck up a tree). The thing is, he does squeak - like a cartoon mouse - when a normal cat would meow, so I think he has a speech impediment.

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RE: The I always miss stuff thread. - 13/9/2012 4:39:12 PM   
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My cat's meow sounds more like a squeek, she's been like that since I got her as a kitten almost 6 years ago. The vet told me it was normal

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