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Old 02-20-2021, 06:56 AM
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How can it be, Crissy, that 25 years have passed.

Love you guys yet.
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that is unreal. hugs to you
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I hope you are well Bonnie.

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Criss Ann, I still miss your big, white paw.

Natalie,

I'm doing okay. Moved from my big Victorian house that I had for 29 years, to Illinois last October. I'm now in a 2 bedroom apartment with my remaining 2 old cats. They had to adjust from 12 years of roaming outside as semi-ferals!

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That is quite an adjustment for everyone! Are they "adjusting?"

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I think the cats are adjusting better than me. One of them had anxiety the first 6 weeks. He hid and refused to use the litter box, but I started him on a 'calming' chew and he's come completely around.

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