RE: biting cat

Lisa Pierce ( ldpierce@jps.net )
Fri, 5 Feb 1999 09:45:46 -0800

Thank you for your advice. The situation with him will be over today. i
will bestaying somewhere else for the next few days before I head out East.
It makes me sad that he doesn't have enough respect for me to treat her
how I ask. I don't want her to get mean, she is so sweet most of the time.
Hope all is well in your household and that Stinler is doing better.

Lisa

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-----Original Message-----
From: Lynn or Josiah Stickels [SMTP:jonny@zapcom.net]
Sent: Friday, February 05, 1999 8:56 AM
To: felvtalk@MailingList.net
Subject: Re: biting cat

Lisa,

It sounds like you are going to have to be more forceful in your requests
for your friend not to play rough with YOUR cat. Maybe you could take the
cat away from your friend for some reason.:) I don't know but I would not
let him do that to your kitty. For one thing, it makes them mean. I know,
I have one that really bites your foot when he doesn't get his way and it's
because my kids played rough with her. She is calming down now and is
really a sweetheart but I would stop it now before it gets out of hand.
That goes for anyone else that won't respect your request.

Lynn(Stinker)

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