• Christmas packages tied up with string
  • Bronze beauty
  • Hoo hoo ho hoo
  • The color of brick
  • Early morning sunrise
  • Getting ready for saturday
  • Dinner
  • A misty walk to wendy's
  • Love, dad
  • Waiting

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05 July 2008

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Oh mah gawd. I love cats, but COME ON! This must be a really good friend.

You have gone above and beyond the call of duty, Stephanie!
did I ever mention the time we cat sat for a neighbor and the cat had an infection and I had to give it pills twice a day.
And I have 3 dogs.......

Remember the words of Bob Barker . . . Spay or neuter your pets! I just picked up both cats from the vets during their "vacation" last week; now they are yowling to be let out. Tomorrow is another day

seriously?
seriously.
SERIOUSLY.
i'm so sorry, but that is an awesome story. :0

oh goodness. I am a cat person, but even the best of us couldn't take spraying constantly. Pop open some wine tomorrow and celebrate when kitty's picked up.

Hope you are well otherwise!

Bet you'll never sit an unfixed cat again! yikes! Nature's Miracle enzyme Odor Eliminator for Cats works. Also, cold water with very very diluted bleach can help, too. It worked on a dark upholstery without fading. Didn't want to entice any racoons, you know. ;)

Yup, I'd consider myself a cat person too, but cat on heat, not fun!

I used to show one of my girls and had planned to breed from her. She went to stud a few times, but never took, so she was speyed - because unless you've made a concious decision to breed and are prepared for to put the effort into that, the best thing for a pet cat is to be speyed/neutered - and oh my, an Ocicat on heat is not fun, she howled, she wailed, she screamed. I love her dearly, but I'm not half as keen on the idea of breeding as I was!

Like someone commented earlier, that must've been one very good friend you were cat sitting for :)

Bio washing powder - the enzymes help break the spray patches down.

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