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Old 06-26-2016, 08:57 PM   #21
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Dogs have masters. Cats have staff. They are as much a part of our lives as the kids were growing up. Wouldn't be without them as they bring so much joy to our lives. They sit on the ledge at the front windows and wait our return
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Old 06-26-2016, 09:22 PM   #22
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I've always wondered do cats have a since of humor? They always seem so serious to me. Walking around a sleek and sneaky. Do they eat your homework like a dog does?
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Old 06-26-2016, 09:43 PM   #23
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Both my cats love to shred paper. We can't leave any pieces of paper unattended or we come back to it ripped to pieces and evenly distributed from one end of the unit to the other. The last thing we do when leaving for dinner or shopping is to put away all paper. I think they expect US to have a sense of humor.
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I couldn't think of leaving your family members behind only a few hours to go shopping. We have 2 black Labs and. 1 cat the dogs are my therapy dogs and the cat is 16 years old.


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Our dogs will do the same. No idea why they love to shred paper. I could rent them out to a shredder company.
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Our experience with both cats and dogs is that cats do much better alone than dogs. No separation anxiety where they chew up everything in sight [been there, done that] while you are gone.
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Old 06-26-2016, 09:59 PM   #27
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I wish.. Our cat gets crazy when left.. She travels with us. I think,other than plotting how to kill us in our sleep, she likes the traveling.

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I wouldn't go without my 21-year old Maine Coon. I put her in a cage on the passenger seat while driving, secured with bungee cords. Once at my destination (2+ hour drive), I let her out to eat, drink, and use the litter box. I always keep her in the MH, no sense letting her outside and running the risk of her sneaking off. She has a heated kitty bed next to the bedroom window, and she's happy as a clam snoozing or watching the birds flying by. She also likes to sack out on the driver's seat, I guess it's because she IS in the driver's seat!
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One of our cats travels in an open carry crate on the back seat of the TV and the other one rides in my lap. They never use the litter box while the truck is moving, only at rest stops. Neither one every wants to go outside which is a big load off us both. They are happy being catered to. Smart.
Now, if we can just stop them from wanting to sleep on our heads at night...
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