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On 8/16/2020 at 4:09 PM, rodheadlee said:

It never came out to eat or drink. 

It never came out to eat or drink. [While they were looking]

I've been to Central America - theres no way a cat could travel that far on foot in that period of time.

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1 hour ago, Calm said:

What about getting something to put on her collar?  May be too expensive to do if you are planning to chip her soon (chipping is better in case she loses the collar of course).

Actually, she doesn't wear a collar as she is an indoor only cat... that's why I want her chipped so that if for some reason she does happen to get outside, she has an ID...  I'll get her one of these days and just head to the vet and board her with them so they can work on her...

GG

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3 hours ago, mnn727 said:

It never came out to eat or drink. [While they were looking]

I've been to Central America - theres no way a cat could travel that far on foot in that period of time.

He teleported. 😄

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We were missing one of our cats for a day and a half just last week. In the night we heard scratching from the closet (inside the closet) opened the door and out she came.

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I've never had a cat as skittish as my Susie... my previous cat... Bob... used to be curious and would come out to see who was here.  He got used to my home teachers, and he loved women so he'd come out when my visiting teachers were here... but with Susie if anyone comes to the door, she gets low to the floor and just skulks into the bedroom as fast as she can.  She's under the bed and won't be out for hours... (two brethren brought the sacrament in to me... wonderful).  No word yet on being able to attend Church...

GG

 

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On 8/17/2020 at 11:54 PM, Rain said:

... That cat had torn away the delicate material that covers the underside of the box springs and crawled inside of it.

:D :rofl: :D 

P.S.: "Hey, why is the ... bed ... meowing?!" :huh: :unsure: :unknw: ;) 

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Our young cat, Kirk, got run over by a car last week. His brother, Spock, has lost his playmate. My wife the cat lady is rather distraught over it. I'm not happy either.  Sigh. I liked that cat.

Yes, they're named after Star Trek characters.

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2 hours ago, Stargazer said:

Our young cat, Kirk, got run over by a car last week. His brother, Spock, has lost his playmate. My wife the cat lady is rather distraught over it. I'm not happy either.  Sigh. I liked that cat.

Yes, they're named after Star Trek characters.

You have my condolences for the loss of Kirk.  I know how pets can be part of the family, and in this case for Spock's family as well.  

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2 hours ago, Stargazer said:

Our young cat, Kirk, got run over by a car last week. His brother, Spock, has lost his playmate. My wife the cat lady is rather distraught over it. I'm not happy either.  Sigh. I liked that cat.

Yes, they're named after Star Trek characters.

Condolences on the loss of The Captain. :( 

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I hope, Stargazer, that if you decide to get another cat that you will try the local shelter... I got my Susie from the shelter in Feb and she is wonderful... She's funny... Loving... and really pretty.

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22 hours ago, Stargazer said:

Our young cat, Kirk, got run over by a car last week. His brother, Spock, has lost his playmate. My wife the cat lady is rather distraught over it. I'm not happy either.  Sigh. I liked that cat.

Yes, they're named after Star Trek characters.

I'm so sorry for your loss. They may be animals but they are family and it's hard to lose them. Poor Spock must be distraught. 😟

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23 hours ago, Stargazer said:

Our young cat, Kirk, got run over by a car last week. His brother, Spock, has lost his playmate. My wife the cat lady is rather distraught over it. I'm not happy either.  Sigh. I liked that cat.

Yes, they're named after Star Trek characters.

That is so sad. I’m so sorry. 

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My cat Steve decided that the screen on my living room window didn’t offer enough outside access and made adjustments. 

His nickname isn’t jerkface for nothing.

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8 minutes ago, Garden Girl said:

BB... I love Steve...

GG

😆

We do too. He’s super spoiled and he knows he can do no wrong. 

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On 8/16/2020 at 10:09 PM, rodheadlee said:

It never came out to eat or drink. 

He might have subsisted on bare minimum. I imagine a poor cat with boat sickness! When we brought our cats over from America to Europe in soft carriers, we could barely get them to drink and they refused to eat. They did not like airports and planes.

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3 hours ago, Stargazer said:

That's the rational explanation, of course. 

But I prefer the irrational one in this case, where the cat teleported!

The cat cataported, definitely! ;)

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On 9/15/2020 at 1:06 PM, Meadowchik said:

The cat cataported, definitely! ;)

You get the prize, I think! Simple and elegant. :D 

Sorry Incognitus.

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