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Hello Kitty

by JP Bill / December 10, 2007 3:29 AM PST
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I'd think the initial price is small potatoes compared
by Steven Haninger / December 10, 2007 7:12 AM PST
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to the damage a cat of that size, energy and life expectancy might cause to ones home and furnishings. I'm not a cat hater but I know enough not to trust them alone in the house...personal experience talking here. They might look calm and peaceful in their beds as you walk out the door but once you're out of sight their fun begins. Happy

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(NT) They wait for you to leave?
by Diana Forum moderator / December 10, 2007 8:52 PM PST
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$28k? don't be a pussycat spend real cash for
by WOODS-HICK / December 12, 2007 1:18 PM PST
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"The carved Guennol Lioness, measuring just over eight centimeters (3 1/4 inches) tall, was described by Sotheby's auction house as one of the last known masterworks from the dawn of civilization remaining in private hands."

Mesopotamian sculpture sells for record 57 million dollars (MEEOWW!!!!)
http://www.afp.com/english/news/stories/071206013634.bw5k5w8q.html

plus it doesn't scratch furniture and no unpleasant litter box

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Does "high energy" equate to "almost wild" ?
by grimgraphix / December 13, 2007 2:01 AM PST
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With a cat this size and of exotic origins, I am wondering if it is only safe to keep it indoors ? If allowed to roam outside (as if you would allow such an expensive cat to do that) I wonder if it would become a natural hunter... and just what it would be tempted to hunt !

Would the neighbors teacup poodle become fair game ?

Grin

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