So far, nothing that tragic has gone wrong in my own life, but I have had to
move from my nice, safe brick house in the city to a mobile home which, as far
as I can tell, is made out of cardboard and plastic. These horrid death traps
are usually gone with the wind if the wind is above 50 miles
Have you ever tried stuffing cats into pillow cases? I have 15 cats in the
mobile home. I can't imagine stuffing 15 pillow cases with 15 cats and
actually living to tell the story. Good idea if you have less than 5 though.
Don't forget something to tie up the tops and just for safety,
I had a fire suppression system installed in my home. Relatively
inexpensive for the peace it gives me with my four legged friends.
On Sun, Dec 4, 2011 at 6:52 AM, Lee Evans moonsiste...@yahoo.com wrote:
Have you ever tried stuffing cats into pillow cases? I have 15 cats in
the mobile home.
What's a fire suppression system?
We have fire alarm.but that's no good when we're not at home, other than to
get the FD here..
[mailto:felvtalk-boun...@felineleukemia.org] On Behalf Of ebony katt
Sent: Sunday, December 04, 2011 8:38 AM
Yes, I have tried, and it goes better than stuffing them into a carrier.it's
like dropping a towel over them to catch them to go to the vet..then you tie
BTW - at our house, there's no way I could stuff all of them into
pillowcases.I have no idea what I would do. And they would
I'm so glad to hear that so many in this group would go to all lengths for
their four-legged friends!
[mailto:felvtalk-boun...@felineleukemia.org] On Behalf Of Lee Evans
Sent: Sunday, December 04, 2011 7:39 AM
Having actually been burned out of one house I now give wings to my paranoia.
At night before going to bed and in the morning before leaving for work I walk
through the house turning things off and unplugging what I can.
We have LOTS of smoke detectors, including one in the garage. And I want
My parent's house burned due to faulty electrical something. My mother
remembers that the same evening, a few cats were sitting at the top of the
stairs to the basement, and kept staring at something. She believed that
they must have been watching some kind of a short already...
OK, now I am paranoid too. Hadn't thought about unplugging eveything ,
especially when I leave.So it taes a few minutes, better than coming hometo a
burned out house and my babies dead.
GRAS g...@optonline.net wrote:
My parent's house burned due to faulty electrical something. My
bout the cats sitting and watching something, it makes sense because animals
can sense things bout to happen way better than we can. Lil Bit kept licking
at my left cheek and would not leave me alone. Went to dermatologist and I had
a Basil Cell Carcinoma.
GRAS g...@optonline.net wrote:
My Nitnoy sleeps in a carrier that I have in my room for days Harley won't
leave the others alone. He goes in for a time out. until he slows down. It is
better than yelling at him or spritzing him with water, the whole house would
be sopping wet all the time.
Maybe you could coax them out
YES, WHAT IS A FIRE SUPRESSION SYSTEM? fIRE Alarms are better than nothing,
but do'thelp if you are ot home. Also, I live in a rural area and would have
to wait for all the guys to get their from their home, work or in from the
field when they are farming. Something that would supprss the
*There are varying degrees of heart murmurs in cats. They are measures in
fractions of 6. For instance, a 2 out of 6, or 2/6, is not as serious a a
4/6. We had a cat who was diagnosed with a murmur, and we did not have the
money to get further testing done on him at that time because he was
*Fire with me being not at home is one of my worst nightmares. I sent away
for the free decal from ASPCA about animals inside. Here is the link:
Love and Katnip,
**I'm Kat Parker.
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