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dionysus

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Why, yes..yes, I am enjoying my Sunday brunch CM auto-Q....it's a liquid brunch of watermelon vodka and soda. I'm in all day catching up on work and feeding the 2 week old kitten every two hours, so it's this or go a killing spree
 

Cleveland

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Why, yes..yes, I am enjoying my Sunday brunch CM auto-Q....it's a liquid brunch of watermelon vodka and soda. I'm in all day catching up on work and feeding the 2 week old kitten every two hours, so it's this or go a killing spree
Interesting lunch. :eek2:
 

dionysus

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Interesting lunch. :eek2:
lol, I havent the time to make proper food, I'm living on 1 hour cat naps

found a 2 week old kitten out in the frost a few nights ago- aside from my work, 2 dogs and other responsibilities, after I bottle feed and burp him, make him pee and clean him, get any type of work or chore done, it seems like it's feeding time again
 

chayton

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awww good for you taking care of the kitten! :thumbsup:

I had to do the same thing once, I found one when I was having a smoke break at this one place I worked, and then two days later I found another one. A guy I worked with took the first one and I kept the other, and they both grew up healthy and happy. Funny though, my BF at the time said "Don't bother naming that cat, you're not keeping it." so I would call it by going, "c'mere kitty..." and then (yes I kept it) that became the cat's name - Kameer Kitty.
 

dionysus

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Ha - my dog of 17 years was named Kameer ;)

We need another pet like I need a lobotomy (shush all you smart-asses) but there's no way I'd EVER see an animal suffer. I once found a newborn kitten in one of those outdoor ash-trays (you know, 4 feet high, full of sand) and it was baking in the blazing sun - couldnt have been more than a week old. It's eyes were scabbed over, all but dead, a bone rack (I'm not a violent man, but I'd take a bat to a bastard who did that)...anyway, brought him home, and some squeegied milk and water through a cloth, some TLC and he grew up strong and healthy (well, one blind eye)...but he got a fighting chance and thrived.

This lil guy wouldnt have made it - it was -2, he was frosted over and on his back, eyes closed and left alone. Now, one week later, he's a fat ass little hamster-like guy and a real piglet and strong as Hell.
 

rena35

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Animal lover myself i agree with all of the above. I am the proud owner of 2 cats (a neighbor keeps getting animals for the son then putting them out to starve). I also have a massive dog that thinks hes a baby.
 

dionysus

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Animal lover myself i agree with all of the above. I am the proud owner of 2 cats (a neighbor keeps getting animals for the son then putting them out to starve). I also have a massive dog that thinks hes a baby.
The dog of 17 years mentioned above, got her at the vet's - a toss-out from a moving vehicle, just a pup.
She was my first real dog, best friend, and 1st thing I ever loved - she lived 17 years and I grew up with her from public school into my early thirties (oh man, I just teared up, lol).
 

dionysus

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I want to see pics of your piglet kitty!
I took a couple vids, but need to dl them from the ipad, but here he is (Shango)

shango.jpg

lol, that was day 1 - it's been, hmm, 4 days? He's plump, big bottomed, eyes wide, and playful as heck
 

chayton

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oh cute! I had a cat named Ozzy (we found him on Osborn road in Phoenix when he was a kitten) that was tabby with white bib and boots.
 

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