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post #1 of 15
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The KatKwery word for yesterday was open (as in to be open with people), which nobody used.

Sundance and Spencer are owned by __________.
post #2 of 15
hmm after looking i have found 2 cats 2 different owners?

Spencer is owned by Kittkatt
and
Sundance owned by Fostermomm
post #3 of 15
Sundance owned by TigerLily0 and Spencer owned by KittKatt
post #4 of 15
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Originally Posted by Persi & Alley View Post
The KatKwery word for yesterday was open (as in to be open with people), which nobody used.

Sundance and Spencer are owned by __________.
One owner of both cats.
Hint time: Have you been keeping up with the latest TCS news?
post #5 of 15
Sundance and Spencer are owned by our new guest Dr. Jean
post #6 of 15
Sundance and Spencer are owned by Dr. Jean Hofve.
post #7 of 15
well that coulda shown up in searches
grrr lol!
ahhhh well lol im just no good at katkwiz lol
post #8 of 15
That was a tricky one!
post #9 of 15
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Originally Posted by luvmycat1 View Post
Sundance and Spencer are owned by our new guest Dr. Jean
Well, I had to give a hint, but you got it! Dr. Jean will be our guest starting tomorrow and I already have a question posted. For this one you had to read Anne's post at http://thecatsite.com/forums/announcement.php?f=2 and then take a look at the first link which give a bio of our guest and her cats. Yep, the purpose of today's quiz was to call attention this. Get your questions ready and give a warm welcome to our new guest.

2000 points to you!

KatKwery (1400 points)
Do you have a vet in your area that specializes in cats? Do you wish you did? Do you feel that women make better vets? Why or why not?
post #10 of 15
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Originally Posted by Persi & Alley View Post
KatKwery (1400 points)
Do you have a vet in your area that specializes in cats? Do you wish you did? Do you feel that women make better vets? Why or why not?

We don't have a vet that specializes in our area. They are all large and small animal vets due to it being a somewhat rural area. I don't mind having a vet that doesn't specialize in cats. I have always gotten the best care imaginable for my animals. I also don't feel that women automatically make better vets over men. The vets I see are a young (30 years old) husband and wife team. He does the surgical cases and she does the general appointments, for the most part. They are the most caring doctors, human or animal, that I have ever met. Both of them always go way out of their way to help me, my pets, and also strays that I have brought in...including a wild bird with a broken wing once. He spends extra time educating the people who work at the local humane society. There was one incident where my cat was having respiratory issues, and they took the time to call nearly every hour on a weekend for updates. I really love my vets and wouldn't trade them in even if there was a feline specialist in the area!
post #11 of 15
sex doesnt matter too me about vets, its whether they are worthy of treating my animal,
i dont have a specialist cat vet in the area, but they do help with mice.......
i have taken all our cats to the vets too be neutered (except misty and teaser)
and truste the vet 100%
post #12 of 15
Yippee It dawned on me as soon as you gave the hint. There is one vet here that specializes in cats but I know someone who took their cats there and didn't care for the place. IMO the only way a vet that saw just cats would differ from an all animal vet, is if a cat had something specific to cats. I would also think a cat only vet would charge more. I'm not sure if there's a difference in men and women vets except women tend to be more empathetic.
post #13 of 15
The vet in my town is a large animal vet, mostly. But I really like both of them. The woman is more a horse doctor, and the man is good with dogs and surgery (he saved my Elsa!). But they both have a great touch with animals. The only thing I wish they knew more about was nutrition - especially cat nutrition. And Kidney disease. But I can research those on my own.
post #14 of 15
No we do not have a vet that specializes in felines... we dont even have a vet that specializes in small animals!! Most of our vets our cow and horse vets!! I prefer a female vet, that way if anything goes wrong, it feels better to have her comfort me rather than some guy trying to get me away from him because Im upset!! Although I have had male vets who are very compassionate! Just not recently... I really dont know how this katkwery thing goes, so Ive just been posting my thoughts and not really targeting any special words. I should probably read the instructions!! Anyway, cats in this area are lucky to have a vet that even knows a little about them! I would really like a specialist, but we just dont have one near by! So hopefully soon we will get one. We use to have a female that was awesome. She took very good care of my kitties! She moved to Texas to get a better paying job though.
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Originally Posted by glitch View Post
I really dont know how this katkwery thing goes, so Ive just been posting my thoughts and not really targeting any special words.
Well gee, read the rules then! You did by luck use one of the five words picked for today, compassionate. But the cats picked the final word of gentle. I write the KatKwery questions and I ask DW to give me five words that come to her mind. Yesterday those words were compassion(ate), gentel, rough, education, love. Persi picked gentel from the five words in a totally random manner. If people talk about the questions, they are bound to use the secret word sooner or later.
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