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Old 01-11-2008, 04:14 PM
 
Location: Forests of Maine
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LOL wait...first let me wrap my mind around a 30 pound cat. Ok I can't!
Our house cat drops the cutest kittens, while she is not over 15 pounds, her kittens each seem to be hitting 20 pounds before they are a full year old. I could see where some of them could easily break 30 pounds when they finally get their full growth on.

KAF has some HUGE kittens!

None of them are fat either, sleek, fluffy and massive.

Our cat is in heat this week, and has been out prowling for a boyfriend the past couple days.

She had been gone for the last two days, but came in this morning at 3. My DW was picking porcupine quills out of the cat's fur this morning. We are not sure of exactly what it is that this cat is trying to mate with, but she does make some big kittens.
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Old 01-11-2008, 05:17 PM
 
Location: Cape Cod, MA
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Our house cat drops the cutest kittens, while she is not over 15 pounds, her kittens each seem to be hitting 20 pounds before they are a full year old. I could see where some of them could easily break 30 pounds when they finally get their full growth on.

KAF has some HUGE kittens!

None of them are fat either, sleek, fluffy and massive.

Our cat is in heat this week, and has been out prowling for a boyfriend the past couple days.

She had been gone for the last two days, but came in this morning at 3. My DW was picking porcupine quills out of the cat's fur this morning. We are not sure of exactly what it is that this cat is trying to mate with, but she does make some big kittens.


A catopine? Hey Forest, they can be a new designer breed of cats!

I had a huge Maine Coon and a big fat orange cat...he clocked in at about 24 pounds and people would gawk at the poor guy. I fed him the same as my other cat...I think he had a thyroid problem.
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Old 01-11-2008, 05:29 PM
 
Location: Forests of Maine
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A catopine? Hey Forest, they can be a new designer breed of cats!

I had a huge Maine Coon and a big fat orange cat...he clocked in at about 24 pounds and people would gawk at the poor guy. I fed him the same as my other cat...I think he had a thyroid problem.
I think that our cats get most of their nutrition from hunting.
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Old 01-11-2008, 06:19 PM
 
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Compared to other states, veterinary care in Maine is HIGH. But hey, ya got kids, ya gotta take care of 'em.

Not to Connecticut! We pay less than half the cost with our vet in Machias than the one we use in Connecticut. We now have all regular vet visits taken care of in Maine over the summer rather than here in Connecticut.

Alan
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