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Bluey brought me her kitten!
12-16-2013, 11:13 PM #1
Wayne5 Member
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Just came in from out in the back and I can report that Bluey, one of the feral cats that lives around my house brought me her new kitten. Its gray and about the size of a coffee mug, fat and healthy. I knew she had at least one. During the ice storm days I worried about her. I some times put some of the big cats in cages in the bathroom during really bad weather events but I couldn't let her in because I could tell form her nips that she had a kitten. It's so interesting, the momma cat will present the new kitten to me as though she is looking for validation. Then they expect to get special attention the other cats don't get. I'm a sucker and play right into their game.

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12-17-2013, 12:40 AM #2
Shadow Mrs. Buckwheat
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Bluey sounds like a wise Mom-kitty chuckle.gif
My kid found two young feral cats behind the feed store and has been trying to catch them, no luck. I said if you can't just leave food for them. at worst they won't starve.
12-17-2013, 01:31 AM #3
White Ribbon call me
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i love cats.. how many cats do you have wayne?
12-17-2013, 01:38 AM #4
Shadow Mrs. Buckwheat
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(12-17-2013, 01:31 AM)the white ribbon Wrote:  i love cats.. how many cats do you have wayne?

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12-17-2013, 01:42 AM #5
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12-17-2013, 01:52 AM #6
Wayne5 Member
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I support two feral colonies, each with an alpha male. Jimmy has no male friends left and has the Truckers, 4 totally black females, we couldn't name them because they are identical, so we call all of them Trucker, Spike, a tigerish dark female, KitKat, a tigerish light brown female, and Missy a Siamese like female. There are daily visitors from other colonies that sometimes stay a few days, and some young males that try to join the pack. This colony lives at my son's house next to my house.

The other colony, at my house, is smaller. Max is the alpha, but he has male friends that he lets stay in his territory. Puffy, about 13lbs, and Jerry, about 10 lbs. Max is about 15 lbs.
and Bluey, a one eyed female. Oh yes Jerry is a three legged cat. And BabyJerry(no relation to Jerry)is a female with 4 unnamed kittens.

My son's indoor cats are all totally black. Shadow, RatCat, Littlebit, and Raggs.

My indoor cats are Baby Comet, Comet(no relation) NickeyHeat, Sammy Beautiful, Wibbley, Walter, Bell, April,Deneace,and Rose.
van down by the river Show this Post
12-17-2013, 01:52 AM #7
van down by the river Incognito Anonymous
 
(12-16-2013, 11:13 PM)Wayne5 Wrote:  Just came in from out in the back and I can report that Bluey, one of the feral cats that lives around my house brought me her new kitten. Its gray and about the size of a coffee mug, fat and healthy. I knew she had at least one. During the ice storm days I worried about her. I some times put some of the big cats in cages in the bathroom during really bad weather events but I couldn't let her in because I could tell form her nips that she had a kitten. It's so interesting, the momma cat will present the new kitten to me as though she is looking for validation. Then they expect to get special attention the other cats don't get. I'm a sucker and play right into their game.

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I'm the cat guy too and I tell everyone that I have SUCKER on my forehead that all the critters can see along with a few turd humans too. One kitty cardboard condo we have under our back awning is used daily now by an older feral tomcat named Chunk. My wife shakes her head when I put an electric heating pad under his blankees to help keep the old joints warm during an recent unusual cold snap we had. I'll feed any critter...but I like cats best as they're not so subservient like dogs are.

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12-17-2013, 01:55 AM #8
Wayne5 Member
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Cool van! Glad to know I'm not the only nut. chuckle.gif

I forgot Bear Cat and Dime, my Red Healer that loves cats.

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12-17-2013, 01:57 AM #9
van down by the river Incognito Anonymous
 
(12-17-2013, 01:38 AM)Shadow Wrote:  
(12-17-2013, 01:31 AM)the white ribbon Wrote:  i love cats.. how many cats do you have wayne?

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I KNEW IT! They're the chosen ones.wtfkitty.gif
12-17-2013, 04:52 AM #10
White Ribbon call me
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Im a cat freak too. Had three indoor cats, one died a month ago. He was my favourite one too. Never left my side. Slept under the sheets all night and wouldn't move once. He was a Devon rex. The other two are Burmese. Brother and sister, but not from the same litter, diff mothers. I live in the inner city so no feral cats around, but i would feed them if there were. And def would put an electric blanket out for them if it was cold here. Dogs are sweet, but cats are cool. So smart. I house sit for friends that have cats. So i have few special ones out there that i love. I called my old cat baby jasper. I love putting baby in front of their names. My judge friend i cat sit for the most, as she is away alot, i call her leroy, which is the cats name, and her fake name on facebook as she needs s low profile, so the cat is baby leroy. I have never heard anyone calling a cat baby...... I could quite happily have 10 cats. Medusa who posts here has 10. She rescues animals. She has a big heart.
12-17-2013, 05:04 AM #11
JayRodney ⓐⓛⓘⓔⓝ
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I'm allergic to cats. bored.gif *sigh*

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12-17-2013, 06:26 AM #12
Wayne5 Member
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(12-17-2013, 01:38 AM)Shadow Wrote:  
(12-17-2013, 01:31 AM)the white ribbon Wrote:  i love cats.. how many cats do you have wayne?

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rofl.gif rofl.gif rofl.gif gaah.gif Shadow! I'm not a vengeful person...Ok maybe s little vengeful....
I shall make and exception in your case....rofl.gif...never mind. rofl.gif
12-17-2013, 05:08 PM #13
Shadow Mrs. Buckwheat
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(12-17-2013, 06:26 AM)Wayne5 Wrote:  rofl.gif rofl.gif rofl.gif gaah.gif Shadow! I'm not a vengeful person...Ok maybe s little vengeful....
I shall make and exception in your case....rofl.gif...never mind. rofl.gif

hug.gif sorry Wayne, couldn't resist hug.gif rofl.gif
van down by the river Show this Post
12-17-2013, 08:08 PM #14
van down by the river Incognito Anonymous
 
(12-17-2013, 05:04 AM)JayRodney Wrote:  I'm allergic to cats. bored.gif *sigh*

From the catster.com: There's a list of which would be right for you. You know you want more pussay.
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Top Hypoallergenic Cat Breeds for People with Allergies:

A protein (Fel D1) is the allergen in the cat's saliva is what causes problems for allergy sufferers. Once your cat licks her coat, the allergen-laden spit dries and becomes airborne, seeking a warm home in your nose and sinuses. Some cat breeds produce less of this protein than others, making them hypoallergenic.
Several Factors Affect Cats' Allergen Production:

Males produce more allergenic secretions than females
Intact males produce more than neutered males
Dark cats tend to produce more than light-colored ones (no one knows why)
Kittens produce fewer allergens than adults

So, a light-colored female cat might work out better for people with cat allergies.

Balinese: Often referred to as the "long-haired Siamese," the Balinese looks like an unlikely candidate for a hypoallergenic cat. But it is one of the few breeds that produces less of the Fel D1 protein than other cats, thus causing fewer allergic reactions in allergy sufferers.

Oriental Shorthair: They're hypoallergenic, but it's still a good practice to groom your cat frequently (brushing as well as wiping her down) to keep dander to a minimum.

Javanese: Like the Balinese, the Javanese sports a medium-long single coat that doesn't mat. Because of the lack of undercoat, they have less fur which translates into fewer allergens.

Two "Rex" cats are on the list: the Devon and Cornish Rex. Both shed very little fur, which is good news for allergy sufferers:

Devon Rex: Of the two, the Devon has both shorter fur and less fur. Your Devon Rex will need to have her paw pads and ears cleaned of oil build-up frequently, but doesn't need frequent full baths like the Sphynx or Cornish Rex.

Cornish Rex: The Cornish Rex requires more upkeep than the Devon because they require frequent baths to mitigate the oil buildup on their skin.

The last two cats on the list offer you a choice of hairless or hairy:

Sphynx: The hairless Sphynx is the cat most often associated with being hypoallergenic. Being hairless does not mean they're maintenance-free, however. Your Sphynx will need frequent baths to remove the gummy buildup of oils on her skin, and her large ears will also require frequent cleanings.

Siberian: Like the Balinese, the Siberian sports a moderately long coat, but still is hypoallergenic due to the lower-than-average enzyme levels in their saliva. Some claim that 75 percent of cat allergy sufferers have no reaction to the Siberian.
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van down by the river Show this Post
12-17-2013, 08:11 PM #15
van down by the river Incognito Anonymous
 
(12-17-2013, 08:08 PM)van down by the river Wrote:  
(12-17-2013, 05:04 AM)JayRodney Wrote:  I'm allergic to cats. bored.gif *sigh*

From the catster.com: There's a list of which would be right for you. You know you want more pussay.
chuckle.gif

Top Hypoallergenic Cat Breeds for People with Allergies:

A protein (Fel D1) is the allergen in the cat's saliva is what causes problems for allergy sufferers. Once your cat licks her coat, the allergen-laden spit dries and becomes airborne, seeking a warm home in your nose and sinuses. Some cat breeds produce less of this protein than others, making them hypoallergenic.
Several Factors Affect Cats' Allergen Production:

Males produce more allergenic secretions than females
Intact males produce more than neutered males
Dark cats tend to produce more than light-colored ones (no one knows why)
Kittens produce fewer allergens than adults

So, a light-colored female cat might work out better for people with cat allergies.

Balinese: Often referred to as the "long-haired Siamese," the Balinese looks like an unlikely candidate for a hypoallergenic cat. But it is one of the few breeds that produces less of the Fel D1 protein than other cats, thus causing fewer allergic reactions in allergy sufferers.

Oriental Shorthair: They're hypoallergenic, but it's still a good practice to groom your cat frequently (brushing as well as wiping her down) to keep dander to a minimum.

Javanese: Like the Balinese, the Javanese sports a medium-long single coat that doesn't mat. Because of the lack of undercoat, they have less fur which translates into fewer allergens.

Two "Rex" cats are on the list: the Devon and Cornish Rex. Both shed very little fur, which is good news for allergy sufferers:

Devon Rex: Of the two, the Devon has both shorter fur and less fur. Your Devon Rex will need to have her paw pads and ears cleaned of oil build-up frequently, but doesn't need frequent full baths like the Sphynx or Cornish Rex.

Cornish Rex: The Cornish Rex requires more upkeep than the Devon because they require frequent baths to mitigate the oil buildup on their skin.

The last two cats on the list offer you a choice of hairless or hairy:

Sphynx: The hairless Sphynx is the cat most often associated with being hypoallergenic. Being hairless does not mean they're maintenance-free, however. Your Sphynx will need frequent baths to remove the gummy buildup of oils on her skin, and her large ears will also require frequent cleanings.

Siberian: Like the Balinese, the Siberian sports a moderately long coat, but still is hypoallergenic due to the lower-than-average enzyme levels in their saliva. Some claim that 75 percent of cat allergy sufferers have no reaction to the Siberian.
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So get out there and stick your nose into different types of pussay and see which one doesn't cause you any problems.
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