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Old 10-21-2013, 05:43 PM   #11
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The inside joke is our Burmese cat, Cooper. Cooper will walk to the edge of the door when we go in or out. But he stays put. I think he's bored, therefore decides to leave of his own accord. I took him for a walk - yes, on a leash - to a fenced area where he runs and chances whatever. You'd think that would wear him out! No! He's not spoiled. Merely catered to.
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Old 10-21-2013, 07:00 PM   #12
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First of all, Cooper is no feral cat. He's an exotic. A full blooded Burmese. Jersey Boy gave me the best, though not the funniest solution. A trip to CW will fix him!
Definition: The term "feral" is sometimes used to refer to an animal that does not appear friendly when approached by humans, but the term can apply to any domesticated animal without human contact.

IMO, Cooper fits the bill.
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Cooper is friendly to bi-peds. A stranger can pick him up. But, let another quadra-ped come around and look out!
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