Lynne, what a darling!!! I think it's just wonderful that you've lost no
time in adopting another little soul. Wishing you and the gorgeous
Snowball many, many happy years together.
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a. after 25 years of being owned by the little beasts, i STILL think
they're funny-looking, but in the most adorable way--she has a VERY sweet
On Sun, Mar 23, 2008 at 6:54 PM, Lynne [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Here is Snowball. As you can see she requires high maintenance. We
Snowball is beautiful! And I could see the smile on your face as you wrote
about all her funny quirks and playfulness that you're learning about. What a
wonderful time this is for you and her. And such a reward for all that you
went through with Boo Boo, from the loving and tenacious
Well, we are 36 hours into a two week trial adoption of a young siamese
FeLV+ male. His name right now is Dusty (it might change, he doesn't really
answer to anything) and he's 11 months old, seal point with icy blue eyes
and a funny little trill instead of a meow. He's precious and
Oh I hope this works out for you Beth. I love Siamese cats.
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From: Beth Gouldin
Sent: Monday, March 24, 2008 4:07 PM
Subject: Starting again
Well, we are 36 hours into a two week trial adoption of
Good for you Lynne. Congratulations!
Lynne [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
I got the email I've been waiting for today. I have been trying to
adopt this adorable little rescued cat, persian, for a couple weeks now. I
have missed BooBoo so much and have been through such emotional
I called Cornell and spoke with a gentleman regarding our collective thoughts
on their FeLV information (some being incorrect and out-of-date). I also
forwarded some of our posts to them so they would know specifically what I was
referring to. They have contacted me back (see
I know .pdf files can't be copied and pasted, so don't know why I wrote that in
my last post. Let me see if I can scan this at work tomorrow into something I
can post. Sorry about that.
Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change the
world - indeed
Wendy, that's GREAT! Thanks for doing that.
On Mar 24, 2008, at 4:54 PM, wendy wrote:
I called Cornell and spoke with a gentleman regarding our collective
thoughts on their FeLV information (some being incorrect and out-of-
date). I also forwarded some of our posts to
I don't see what you're referring to, but some pdf's are quite
flexible as far as being able to copy text from them, and into
something else to edit. We would probably want to do that with the
specific new notes and references... or we could just retype.
Anyhow, I'll look forward to
I'm so sorry to hear this Sally. Your sister did what she could.
Sally Davis [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Slinky adopted my sister a year and a half ago. He was cautious to be her cat
as he was probably dumped off. He finally befriended her and her canine lab
mixes who loved
Thanks, I know she did. She at least found out the cat was sick and he did
not go off and die on her. The cat taught her and her canine companions a
lot. She will definitely get another cat at some point.
On Mon, Mar 24, 2008 at 6:23 PM, catatonya [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
I'm so sorry to
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