fox problem and barking dog!

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Re: fox problem and barking dog!

Post by Hen-Gen » 14 Jul 2014, 16:43

drfish wrote: And I have two prolific hunting cats who spend most of their time doing what cats do outside.
A Tuxedo Cat? It most probably spends the majority of it's time down the local speakeasy drinking bourbon and chatting up women!
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Re: fox problem and barking dog!

Post by drfish » 14 Jul 2014, 17:30

Oh, she's a player all right. She didn't have two litters in 8 months by staying in of an evening ;)
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