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« Reply #25 on: July 12, 2011, 11:01:09 pm »

What the **** does Boo eat?!!

Apart from the feline obesity it looks my cat Andy

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« Reply #26 on: July 12, 2011, 11:05:45 pm »

No cat named "Jem" or "Atticus"?

They came pre-named. We suspect that their brothers and sisters were given away or sold off. Scout was obviously kept because she is so soft and kind and nice and loving, and the best I can figure, Boo was kept cause nobody wanted him Tongue When you pet him and he gets really happy, he starts to attack you for no apparent reason.

What the **** does Boo eat?!!

Apart from the feline obesity it looks my cat Andy

He's actually not that fat, he is all muscle! But yes, he is effing huge. He is actually a picky eater, but when you give him cat food, he wolfs it down.

Mostly, he dosn't really eat when he's hungry. He eats when his sister eats - he just pushes her out of the way and keeps eating until she leaves the room Tongue

Scout is a stereotypical cat. Boo is... special. He has a tendency to... stare at stuff, even stuff he is familiar with. He also likes to hide under the covers... not when anything scary is about... he just likes being under the covers, for hours at a time. The best we can figure he is mentally "special", but we love him regardless.
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