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Date: 9/23/12 5:37 PM

isn't so white anymore.

He decided it would be a good idea to go play in the fire place Grrrrr.

On top of having a very dirty not so white kitten, I now have little black kitten foot prints all over my very light tan carpet.

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Date: 9/23/12 5:43 PM

But he's cute, right?

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Date: 9/23/12 5:56 PM

If only that was all my cat had done.
6 months ago mine chewed on a fish hook. Two months ago she ate ribbon. Her sister has never gotten into anything.
A rough extimate; $2000+ in vet bills.
Oh and she meow's all the time.
Her redeeming traite is she is a cuddle bug, she love people.

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Date: 9/23/12 5:57 PM

You did take pictures, didn't you? I hope so. Did you give the kitty a bath? They do not like that but sometimes it is just necessary to do it. Beware of claws!

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Date: 9/23/12 6:20 PM

Please post piccies of that sooty Bumblecat!

Also, explain to him NOT to do that this winter when there's fire in there...

"Fire! Bad!"
-- Frankenstein's Monster



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Date: 9/23/12 6:24 PM

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Did you give the kitty a bath? They do not like that but sometimes it is just necessary to do it. Beware of claws!

Learn2,

I teach adult ed. When we do the lesson on Sequence Words (first, then, next, after that, finally...), I give them the assignment to write the steps on How to Give a Cat a Bath, using the sequence words.

I always have to correct them because the last one should always be,

"Finally, call an ambulance."



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Date: 9/23/12 6:28 PM

What a kitty cat!

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Oh my..here we go again, no job...Sighing allot..almost 3 months & counting ...

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Date: 9/23/12 6:42 PM

I'd like to read the How to Give a Cat a Bath with those sequence words. Can you post it. I am hoping the original poster will show us pictures of the "no so white" kitten.

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Date: 9/23/12 7:16 PM

Ohmigosh, I know you're annoyed but that's just such a cute story!! It reminds me of two classic children's books--Dodie Smith's The Hundred and One Dalmatians, in which the escaping Dalmatians fool Cruella deVil by rolling in soot to hide their beautiful spotted coats; and the brilliant picture book Harry the Dirty Dog by Gene Zion and Margaret Bloy Graham, about a white dog with black spots who runs away from home because he hates baths, and gets into so many adventures in the city that he returns as a black dog with white spots--and his family doesn't recognize him!

Enjoy these moments; she won't be a kitten for long, either!

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Date: 9/23/12 7:40 PM

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I'd like to read the How to Give a Cat a Bath with those sequence words. Can you post it.

I usually get writings like this:

First, run the water until it's warm
Then, assemble the soap and a towel.
After that, place the cat in the tub.
Next, wet the cat.
After that, lather the cat with the soap.
Next, rinse the cat and dry with the towel.

...and I always tell them to add at the end --

Finally,call an ambulance, because you've probably been shredded by the furious cat...



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