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    New beast

    Here's a quick pic of our newest (number 4) cat, the kitten my wife found about a month ago in the woods behind our house. As you can see, she fits right in!

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    Re: New beast

    By fitting in ....does that mean lazy ;D ;D ;D
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    Re: New beast

    Aww.

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    Re: New beast

    Quote Originally Posted by Kwozzie1
    By fitting in ....does that mean lazy ;D ;D ;D
    Cats have relaxation down pat!

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    Re: New beast

    Quote Originally Posted by misterdecibel
    Aww.
    She's a sweetheart; gets along very well with our other cats. When we found her, her tail was badly mauled; something had attacked her (or maybe she got caught in something). Vet had to amputate - but she seems not to miss it and has recovered completely!

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    Re: New beast

    As long as the tail isn't cut off too short, cats do quite well with missing appendages. In fact, when it comes to legs, some vets say cats are born with "3 and a spare." I've seen a few two-legged cats.

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    Re: New beast

    Quote Originally Posted by mrblanche
    As long as the tail isn't cut off too short, cats do quite well with missing appendages. In fact, when it comes to legs, some vets say cats are born with "3 and a spare." I've seen a few two-legged cats.
    She's got a nub - and kind of looks like one of those small terriers from behind (her fur is still shaved very short back there; surgery was about two weeks ago). But she's as "kitteny" as any; bouncy, playful and very energetic. She's a great addition to our little Faux Farm!

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    Re: New beast

    Quote Originally Posted by Eric


    She's a sweetheart; gets along very well with our other cats. When we found her, her tail was badly mauled; something had attacked her (or maybe she got caught in something). Vet had to amputate - but she seems not to miss it and has recovered completely!
    Just needs other toys now that the tail has gone
    No tail to chase. Great that you have rescued her.
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