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Old 12-06-2003, 06:58 PM   #11
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You'll have to go online to one of the pet sites that sell cat videos. I got one for mine (natch I can't remember the name right now) that has closeups of bugs, birds, squirrels, etc. They LOVE it! Swat the screen, go behind to catch the critters.

I'd guess you'd say I'm easily amused. . .

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Hi Allivymar,
I think Cheshire is a good name! It is a good "cat" name, and it meets your criteria for naming the cat after a county in the UK!

Middlesex is actually the name of a township near me!

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