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Re: Wild Mice! by kazzzz on 20 November 2009 3:31am
 
I went outside just now and all three of 'my' cats were crying at the door, coz it's beginning to thunder ( and 38C)..i feel so mean not letting them all in :(
 
Re: Wild Mice! by sighthound on 20 November 2009 3:51am
 
Cats are really good at making you feel guilty (mind you, this is coming from somone who has a menagerie living in the house.)
 
Re: Wild Mice! by BethGoth17 on 20 November 2009 5:26pm
 
@Sighthound, I agree. At the end of every weekday, I get myself something to eat first, then relax for a bit; purposefully delaying my cats' dinner. (They're fatties!) But they miaow so pitifully that I always end up feeding them anyway lol.
 
Re: Wild Mice! by mrsteabag on 20 November 2009 8:25pm
 
Orion's nailed several mice. Good puppy.
 
Re: Wild Mice! by TERRY S on 20 November 2009 9:29pm
 
I don't like the idea of animals being killed, so I try to discourage them from bringing mice or birds in. Obviously, I can't control what Snoopy does when he's playing out.But Emony is only a kitten and could choke on big stuff like mice.
 
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