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Cat abuse

September 21, 2013

After reading the Aug. 29, letter, “Cat Concerns”, by Nancy M. Treese, I’m just shook my head in wonderment and then something popped in my head that my grandfather told me years ag....

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pinecr

Sep-25-13 4:07 PM

Great letter.

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Scott36

Sep-21-13 4:28 PM

But, but , but, aren't indoor cats more succeptable to obesity? We can't have that!-Tgrammiex4 Maybe the city can pass an ordnance that would limit the size of cat food containers.???LOL3x--Scott

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Scott36

Sep-21-13 4:24 PM

Cats that use fluoride are twice less likely than cats that don't do damage their neighbors property.-JerryfromRI

I hope you have the study to back this statement up!!!! Scott LOL2x

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Scott36

Sep-21-13 4:22 PM

People have lost their minds.

Solution - put a toll booth on your property!-CMReeder

I thought it was settled in the last LTE that "domes" would be superior. LOL-Scott

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Tgrammiex4

Sep-21-13 11:26 AM

Mr. Reeder, don't you need proper signage pointing to the toll booth?

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Tgrammiex4

Sep-21-13 11:24 AM

But, but , but, aren't indoor cats more succeptable to obesity? We can't have that!

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JerryfromRI

Sep-21-13 10:58 AM

I've just been informed by the local rodent and bird lobby that they fully support mandating all cats remain indoors.

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JerryfromRI

Sep-21-13 10:57 AM

Cats that use fluoride are twice less likely than cats that don't do damage their neighbors property.

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BornHere

Sep-21-13 10:16 AM

Mr. Reeder thanks!!!

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CMReeder

Sep-21-13 8:57 AM

People have lost their minds.

Solution - put a toll booth on your property!

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metalhead

Sep-21-13 8:56 AM

I compleately agree, My landlord and I just finished removing 6 stray cats from our nieghborhood. These poor animals were in pretty bad shape, and one had to be put down it was so rackted with disease.

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enigma

Sep-21-13 8:18 AM

Cats are the new hot topic in LTEs? If we don't do something about the state of the country, you will be hoping to find a stray cat for the ole dinner table. But you people just go ahead and have your debate on free range vs. house bound cats.

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JohnZook

Sep-21-13 7:36 AM

I hope it was spayed........

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eriklatranyi

Sep-21-13 6:06 AM

I agree.

Letting your pets run loose onto other people's property shows disrespect of private property rights.

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