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Nine lives and counting

Discussion in 'Seasoned Marijuana Users' started by Big Poppa Puff, Jun 6, 2002.

  1. I let my wife pick up a new kitten at the shelter this past weekend. The animal count is now at 2 Australian blue heelers who wish they were wild dingos, and 4 cats. All animals are under 3 years old.

    The new kitten is a sweet little calico that has started to run through her nine live pretty quick.

    Life # 1 was saved when we took her home from the shelter $37 but that includes all shots, and a free spay when she turns 6 months old.

    Life #2 was when she ventured out past the safety of the shock collar fence and I was able to see her right before the dogs caught her.

    But best of all was Life #3. Working in the garden with Momma when the sweet baby girl comes running up. The kitten has got a fish hook in her paw and me and brother tried and tried but couldn't get it out. Can you imagine getting a fish hook stuck in your hand and a 5 and 7 yr old kids trying to pull it out. OUCH!!!!!! Well the kids did manage to push (or pull) the hook all the way through her paw but the fishing line was still attached. A simple flick of the bic and the line was melted and I pulled the hook and line on through her paw. Let's see what's in store for me when I get home tonight.
  2. I sure wouldn't want to be "doctored" by a 5 & 7 yr old, but at least they didn't try to use it for bait!!!! :D

    New kittens are so neat to watch!! Everything is a challenge to be conquered, or "big-game" to stalk!! So funny!!

    Our kitten is the most vocal I've ever heard,seems really frustrated that we don't understand.Has many different "meows", depending on mood or cravings. Unfortunately the funniest is a "yodeling" sound, which is a prelude to being sick!! It's hard to be laughing your ass off, and trying to get the kitten outside at the same time!!

    Weren't you going to add some type of bird to your animal count? :smoking:
  3. Watching my dogs in action, I don't think chickens or guineas would make it at my farm. Them heelers detest any flying animal and will spend all day long chasing buzzards, crows, song birds, hummingbirds, etc.

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