Ok, another strange Chloe behavior: We live in the FL Keys. We have 2 seasons hot and windy (winter) and really hot and wet(summer). She loves to be outside. The vet says, just like old people, cats get cold too and she may not like the A/C. My other cat Riley would go into the garage and sleep when he got to be about 14 yrs old. SOmetimes when it gets really hot I bring her in, kicking and screaming , of course. Then she scratches at the door to go out. It's not like it's freezing in here. We keep it at 77 degrees.
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7/9/02 at 12:58pm