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New here from ga
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this is oreo shes 12 yrs old i bottle raised her from a kitten

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this is oreo shes 12 yrs old i bottle raised her from a kitten

Hi Oreo! What a cutie. Love tuxies :) Welcome to TCS! :hi:

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Beautiful looking girl.
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I love her white chin! 

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Omygosh it looks like she's got huge googly eyes!  This girl is way too cute to handle! 

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Thank ypu all oreo is my girl i wake up to a cold nose on my cheek and thosr eyes
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She is a lovely girl. Well done you to have raised her. How old was she when you got her?
I have 2 kittens - one closing up on one year. The second about 4 months old.
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She is a lovely girl. Well done you to have raised her. How old was she when you got her?
I have 2 kittens - one closing up on one year. The second about 4 months old.
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oreo was  about week old when my son brought her home from the vet who he worked for

 

your kitties are wow

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Well thank you kind sir. They had a bad start and they're not that affectionate but I love them.
I sometimes think back 60 years and can't understand why I was terrified of cats and dogs.
How many children do you have and have you any grandchildren?
How often did you have to feed her in the beginning?
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I'm sending you a picture of whisky the siamese when I first got him and one of blighty when I first got him.
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to be honest i cant remember how often i fed her, i have memory loss

 

i have 2 grown sons no grand children and my ex wife was terrified of cats when we married but she got used to them

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Do you have actual memory loss or normal aging? I'm having trouble. I can remember right back to starting school and in England we started school at 5. But tell me something now or anything and it's gone at once. Annoys my children. I have one of each.
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Bpth in 85 i was totaled in an accident anisthesia did job on my brain.
I have fragments of lost days
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Oh nasty.
Well obviously you're a good person. You brought up a kitty.
Good for you.
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more like she brought me up

 

im the black sheep of this famially:D

 

and your kitties are boofull

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Thanks again. They both had dicey starts. Whisky didn't know what was going on. Put out of his home. Found by a neighbour and kept overnight with dogs. Taken to the vet next day. Then I turn up and he comes home with me. He must have been jolly scared and wasn't very kittenyish. But he did have his mad half hours where he would race around growling. It was hysterical.
Then about a month later I get this tiny little kitten who had been nearly run over and from fear had run into the car. Wheels or motor or? Anyway the woman who nearly ran him down caught him and took him to the vet. He deflead him, dewormed him and gave him his first inoculation. The woman took him home but as she already has 4 she didn't want another so I got him yay. A tiny terrified little scrap that fitted my hand. Called him blighty. We had to keep the kitties apart so the baby was in my bedroom and whisky in my ex's bedroom. You want to ask questions feel free. All his necessities were in my room. He slept that first night round my neck. He didn't eat or drink for a day or two but then he started. And he was so picky in his litter box. He was a scream. Well they're both settled and mad about each other. Whisky washes him do much and the little one gives him a wash too. Not quite as thorough as his big brother.
Neither of them bite or scratch unless it's sn accident or the little one is biting my toes.
It's bedtime. 2.10am. Good night Mark.
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There lucky to have you.
My cat loves to takr my hand in her mputh np pressure and luts her paws around my wrist and purrs
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Welcome to TCS! I just melted over Oreo's pics! What a cutie!

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That is so sweet. They can be unbelievably loving and gentle sometimes.
My first cat would warn me when she'd had enough stroking. She'd put my hand down with her paw. If I carried on she'd do it again. Third time I was bitten. Lol
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Dont mind the spelling my cell dosnt have spell check.
Oreo thinks my chest makes a good pillow
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And I'm sure he's right.
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Yes she is.
Takeing her in for checkup wensday.
The fun to get her in cat carrier
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Saw this method a while back using a pillow case to get cat into a carrier. Haven't tried using it myself
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fmzG7_8Yemc&feature=youtube_gdata_player
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thanks its easy once i catch her she likes to dash off into bedroom and under bed what ill do is lure her into bathroom small area

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Saw this method a while back using a pillow case to get cat into a carrier. Haven't tried using it myself
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fmzG7_8Yemc&feature=youtube_gdata_player
I felt sorry for the kitty. I'd hate to have something put over my head. Was she relaxed or terrified?
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I always leave the carrier down a few days before we're going to the vet.
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