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Aquafina

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Scratch died today, aged 15. I'll miss her :(

Noooooooo..

 

Bye honest kitteh :(

 

I hope that at least she didn't run away to die somewhere obscure. They love to do that, I don't know why :(

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No, I was with her when she passed away.

at least she left in the presence of her loved ones. If it was peaceful and she had a ripe long life, then there is some comfort in that.

 

I'm saving her picture, she looked so wise and kindly.

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I've got three cats (Hicks, Hudson & Vasquez) who love to sneak into the spare room and climb all over my gear, leaving cat hair everywhere.

 

Whenever Hicks sees me with one of my AEG's she always 'shouts' at me, she doesn't like airsoft.

 

Cat's are brilliant, but weird and they shed too much.

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Cat's are brilliant, but weird and they shed too much.

My cat that I posted a picture of up a little thinks she is a dog. She barks at birds in the backyard, eats dog food, and drinks out of the toilet. Seriously. It might have something to do with the fact that her head is half the size of a normal cat. Her head stayed the same, but her body kept growing. And growing.

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My cat that I posted a picture of up a little thinks she is a dog. She barks at birds in the backyard, eats dog food...

 

Hope you give her something to compliment the dog food: There's a vitamin in cat food that they can't synthesise themselves. It's not in dog food (either cos they can or they don't need it).

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Hope you give her something to compliment the dog food: There's a vitamin in cat food that they can't synthesise themselves. It's not in dog food (either cos they can or they don't need it).

She partakes in cat food sometimes.

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Scratch died today, aged 15. I'll miss her :(

 

 

:(

 

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3495/346820..._008fdb3dea.jpg

R.I.P. Snowy - 17yo 2 Strokes. June 09

 

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3567/346820..._447c3c10ca.jpg

R.I.P. Sammy/Bandit - 18yo Tumour on Kidney July 09

 

Both will be missed loads.

 

 

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VS's kitty. He died Christmas Day. RIP Binx. That *suitcase* sucked.

Really sucks when you lose a cat. Especially when they've been with you for a good part of your life. :(

 

Our russian blue/norwegian forest cat mix Picasso, died from kidney failure and a weak heart back in February.

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:(

 

R.I.P. Snowy - 17yo 2 Strokes. June 09

 

R.I.P. Sammy/Bandit - 18yo Tumour on Kidney July 09

 

Both will be missed loads.

 

Sorry to hear that, mate. With Scratch going on July the 8th, it must have been the season for it :(

 

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VS's kitty. He died Christmas Day. RIP Binx. That *suitcase* sucked.

 

Really sucks when you lose a cat. Especially when they've been with you for a good part of your life. :(

 

Our russian blue/norwegian forest cat mix Picasso, died from kidney failure and a weak heart back in February.

 

My condolences, fellas. It's like losing a close member of the family. It sucks bad, and you never really get over it.

 

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That black one looks very, very angry.

 

Also, they're both adorable

 

our most recent (taken last year): Shaun (the upside down white one), and Billy (very high attention requirements)

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Don't have Billy anymore, he ran off about a year ago :( , though to be honest, he was a nuisance at times. And Shaun's become a better cat now that he can get some attention

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