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    For wildebus (and all cat lovers) :)



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    This wee cat had been abused & kicked, back legs damaged, but was rescued and nursed back to health by his new owner, who is playing the piano in the vid.

    A nice, heart-warming story for a change

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    There not so nice and fluffy when there using your garden as a toilet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mariesnowgoose View Post
    This wee cat had been abused & kicked, back legs damaged, but was rescued and nursed back to health by his new owner, who is playing the piano in the vid.

    A nice, heart-warming story for a change
    Thanks She's look nice and happy (can't get my head round those people who mistreat others - animals or humans )
    I am on my settee here with my cat next to me and we watched the video together


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    Quote Originally Posted by caledonia View Post
    There not so nice and fluffy when there using your garden as a toilet.
    Slightly less of a problem of some Dog owners that allow their animals crap in my garden, At least with a cat they do there best to bury it and always seek soft soil, whereas Dogs just crap anywhere usually on the path or driveway,
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    Quote Originally Posted by flyinghigh View Post
    Slightly less of a problem of some Dog owners that allow their animals crap in my garden, At least with a cat they do there best to bury it and always seek soft soil, whereas Dogs just crap anywhere usually on the path or driveway,
    And most people when they complain about cats messing in their garden actually find, when they bother to investigate instead of assuming, that it is in fact Hedgehogs and not cats.
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    Quote Originally Posted by flyinghigh View Post
    Slightly less of a problem of some Dog owners that allow their animals crap in my garden, At least with a cat they do there best to bury it and always seek soft soil, whereas Dogs just crap anywhere usually on the path or driveway,
    No itís two cats that donít bury it as it a small paved triangle outside my sons flat. I thought it was a dog at first but itís two old cats that live in the flat above. My son pointed it out to the cats owner who now picks it up when he can be bothered. I like cats and had two but one got killed on the road and the other was mauling to death by a neighbours devil dog. Both buried in the back garden.

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