Newspaper article The Northern Star (Lismore, Australia)

Cold Sets in and Claws Come Out

Newspaper article The Northern Star (Lismore, Australia)

Cold Sets in and Claws Come Out

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Byline: OVER THE FENCE JANE STAUNTON

DO you own cats? Both of my felines are confined to barracks, and if anyone has $5-$10 to spare to pay me for deliveringA two menopausal, ill-

mannered cats for respite care, let me know. I am prepared to travel to far shores.

As is obvious to us all, winter has well and truly set in and since it has, they have both developed less than impressive behaviourisms. They are also mixing with the wrong a[approximately]type'.

On Sunday morning I came home to find a dining room full of cat fur (and claws) a and no sign of either cat. There was enough cat fur to knit a coat and mittens for a small lion.

I spent a considerable amount of my valuable time looking and yelling for them to come and face the consequences. I found one in the linen closet and the other hiding under the house.

Both appeared somewhat traumatised and Cissie was missing a few claws. Charming behaviour.

I concluded they have been inviting some of their less than desirable mates in for visits and things have become a bit fractious. …

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