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A: new icon.
B: in case you're uncertain I have your address / phone number somewhere and haven't recently given it to me, please do. Comments screened, so you don't have to worry about someone reading it other than me.
C: if you know cats well, please touch base with me; I am debating about the arrival of feline goodness in my home, but am not sure that a kitten would fare well in my home, given that I'm out of the house for 12 hours out of 24.
  • What would you like to know about cats?

    I've got three of them and have many life experience credits in feline behavior.
    • Mostly wondering stuff about how cats respond to stuff.
      Like: if I would be a complete idiot to get a kitten (or a pair of kittens) if I'm not going to be home for the better part of 12 hours out of any workday?
      or are he/they going to go completely schizo if I leave him/them alone that much?
      or will 8-10weekold kittens already know from litterbox?
  • Cheaper by the dozen

    Or get two kittens.
    They'll keep each other company. They'll be able to take turns blaming the other when they break stuff and well... multiple cats is multiple kitty loving :)
    • Re: Cheaper by the dozen

      A friend of mine works with the SPCA (I THINK) doing kitten rescue, and apparently has a litter that she's looking for homes for. So... I was debating if getting a pair of litter-mates would be smart. It's sounding like the general answer to that is 'yes'.
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