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  • #91
    Originally posted by lynnifer View Post
    .. and call him George. (Anyone my age get that reference? lol)


    Lol! My first thought!

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    • #92
      Originally posted by JimD View Post
      Lol! My first thought!
      me too-and pet him backwards.

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      • #93
        How is the little kitty doing Jody?
        T7-8 since Feb 2005

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        • #94
          http://www.animalrescueflights.org/

          Found this organization...
          If you can't handle me at my worst, then you sure as hell don't deserve me at my best.


          Sometimes it is easier to widen doors than it is to open minds.

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          • #95
            Jody and me Found our lil Furry Friends about the same time
            My lil Tigger is all grey ornery and getting big , He is fun
            But I lovethe lil Kitty

            Jody helped me in the begining
            Thank you Jody

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            • #96
              How is kitty in hole doing? He/she must be getting sassy by now with all of the TLC.

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              • #97
                he is ready for his last shot and his de nutting. his funky color baby coat is gone and he is soft and sleek. he has a long nose like a oriental breed.

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                • #98
                  Back in August, I was fostering a 2 week old kitten, whos mother got sick and refused to nurse her litter. I dubbed him "Tigger", because of his stripes. I had to syringe feed him for about 4 weeks before he was able to eat mashed up warm canned cat food. Tigger refused to drink from a kitten bottle, so I used a syringe that you'd use for children's liquid medicines. I used a flat cloth diaper to keep him on my lap while feeding him. I also carried him in a baby sling while wheeling my wheelchair around outside (he loved that!)
                  As he got bigger, he got very active. He'd play with almost any toy you gave him, and loved to play with my two older cats tails (though, Daisy, my 13 year old cat, didn't like this one bit). I started him on all natural grain free cat food (mainly because my oldest cat has a grain allergy and I didn't want her eating the kittens food if I bought a different brand), and he stayed with me until he was 8 weeks old. A friend of mine offered to take him, and she gave him to her sister, who's cat had died recently. It was sad to see Tigger go, but I was glad that he was in a good home.

                  I think its wonderful that you are helping this kitten and giving it a great start.

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