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On 2/6/2020 at 7:24 AM, shellylh said:

Aww, cute!


Here are my kitties. They are about 6 months old - we got them in November. They are super loving.





Who are you,  and what have you done with Shelly?

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Adopted this little girl today. She is a 6 year old female. Very sweet but very shy. She was found as a stray but now she’ll have a great home. 

Celebrating the one-year anniversary of Asante's adoption already! When she first came home she was so scared she hid in the corner behind the bookcase and refused to come out other than to eat o

Say hello to Arya  

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Today’s Tacocat update:

She stopped hiding after about 24 hours and is very affectionate.  She spends each time I come in her room (keeping them separated for now) unable to decide which  she wants more, food or cuddling.  She already lets me rub her belly!

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Potentially renaming Tacocat to Kikiki (so like Kiki, except 150% more), but not doing it officially until I stop changing my mind, I've already changed it twice.

Still in quarantine, draws blood less often, but has destroyed not one but two litter mats.  WTF?  I've never seen this before.  This kind:


Going to keep her in quarantine even if she tests clean for worms next week.  I don't want her doing that to Bobby.

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2 hours ago, skullguise said:

Wow, what happened between "very affectionate" to "drawing blood less often" ???

She’s still very affectionate, but also I think the hunter instinct is still very strong in her.  She doesn’t use her claws on me all the time, so she is learning, I just feel we still have a long way to go.

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29 minutes ago, skullguise said:

You could go with the longest single-word palindrome....but it may be tough to pronounce (and has little relevance to kitties, I'd hope)


The longest known palindromic word is saippuakivikauppias (19 letters), which is Finnish for a dealer in lye (caustic soda)

I like that it is "Kivik" for short...hmm...

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I've got a black cat that came with the house. He came wandering up after we moved in.

It took months to transition him to the indoors. He was king of the backyard, doing battle with anything that moved.

He would kill it and drop it on the back patio. After three years, we don't let him out at all.

We do let him out in the screen porch. He likes lap sitting, but quite often extends his claws

when he's purring and getting a rub. so affectionate and blood letting go hand in hand around here.

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