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Here's a story that combines lots of different interests in this
group: food, cats, nut-cases, and cars

http://www.buffalonews.com/city/article97630.ece

BTW, Navarro has been adopted.

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Here's a story that combines lots of different interests in this
group: food, cats, nut-cases, and cars


You forgot "sex". The new owner was mad at the cat because it got
pregnant, even though it was spayed. The shelter where he adopted it
from said it was a neutered male!

http://www.buffalonews.com/city/article97630.ece


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On Aug 11, 9:42*pm, Dan Abel wrote:
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*maxine in ri wrote:

Here's a story that combines lots of different interests in this
group: *food, cats, nut-cases, and cars


You forgot "sex". *The new owner was mad at the cat because it got
pregnant, even though it was spayed. *The shelter where he adopted it
from said it was a neutered male!

http://www.buffalonews.com/city/article97630.ece


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Dan Abel
Petaluma, California USA


His new owner refers to the cat as "him." I think the first owner was
more than a little confused.

N.
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On Aug 12, 9:58*am, Nancy2 wrote:
On Aug 11, 9:42*pm, Dan Abel wrote:



In article
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*maxine in ri wrote:


Here's a story that combines lots of different interests in this
group: *food, cats, nut-cases, and cars


You forgot "sex". *The new owner was mad at the cat because it got
pregnant, even though it was spayed. *The shelter where he adopted it
from said it was a neutered male!


http://www.buffalonews.com/city/article97630.ece


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Dan Abel
Petaluma, California USA


His new owner refers to the cat as "him." *I think the first owner was
more than a little confused.

N.


That's what the police said.

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On Wed, 11 Aug 2010 14:51:22 -0700 (PDT), maxine in ri wrote:

Here's a story that combines lots of different interests in this
group: food, cats, nut-cases, and cars

http://www.buffalonews.com/city/article97630.ece

BTW, Navarro has been adopted.

maxine in ri


pfft. what kind of cook wouldn't at least skin the cat before marinating?

your pal,
blake


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On Thu, 12 Aug 2010 12:49:27 -0400, blake murphy wrote:

pfft. what kind of cook wouldn't at least skin the cat before marinating?


I didn't read the story until just now. But that's the first thing that
popped into my head. Second thing was why it was in the trunk of the car
instead of a Ziploc bag.

I wonder if the cat will now crave Mexican food.

-sw


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