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    Red face Alice, the healing cat

    click on this link; it is so cute and so ridiculous but so cute nonetheless

    http://www.coasttocoastam.com/gen/page1520.html

    this one is ridiculous and cute too, both common characteristics of most cats...http://www.coasttocoastam.com/gen/pa...ml?theme=light

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    That was cute, Alice. Cats are such weird critters. Before I took in the stray that kept crying outside of my house last winter, I noticed that he was the most verbal cat I'd ever seen. Figured it was because he was lost & scared. Meow, meow, meow etc. Now that he's inside, he still hasn't shut up. I suspect that his chattering & carrying on was why he found himself homeless before.
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    hahahaha ^ my cat makes the wierdest chatter everytime someone sneezes and sometimes when they cough, I don't get it! He even does it when he's sleeping and someone coughs or sneezes!

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    As most of you know, I got a stray cat from a friend back in November. She is a very strange animal, and doesn't have much to do with anyone except me. Well, my oldest daughter moved in with us (kids live with their dad) a month or so ago, and Lucy has really taken up with her. Lucy has never been a lap cat at all, but will get up and lay beside my daughter. I think it's because Lucy knows that my daughter has had a lot going on in her life and has been having some problems. I think Lucy 'feels' that my daughter is not at rest, she feels the turmoil in her...my daughter had spent a few days with friends this week, and when she got home, Lucy just went crazy 'talking' to her. She usually 'speaks' to me first thing in the morning or when she needs food/water. She doesn't meow much at all. I think she wants to comfort my daughter and this is how she calls herself doing it. I really believe that animals have that ability, and I think that is what makes us love our pets so much...
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    My cat always comes and stays with me when I'm not feeling well. Sometimes even when I'm just sad or something, it's like she can tell.

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