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Jerry - 2010-03-03
As the owner of an Am. Shorthair, I have to say that over my life, they have made a fabulous impression. When I'm not comforted by purrs and warm fur, I'm laughing about her antics, or amused by her 'superiority complex'. I live in a small place, and she's a champion bug hunter - Cockroaches beware!

I love dogs very much, but for my money, its my Am. Shortie who keeps me going day to day!

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Mary Peck - 2010-01-04
update on Koko - my Havana Brown baby - up to 10 pounds, at 8 months. my grandson got a kitten for Christmas; Koko tried to kill it and hid all its toys. they were rolling around on the floor playing by the time they went home.

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  • Barbara Bennett - 2010-05-16
    My son has a small black cat that resembles the Havana
    Brown. Pheobe is now eight years old. She friendly with my son, and his
    partner, and she allows them to pick her up. I am wondering if she is an off
    spring of a Havana Brown that mated with another breed.
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mark - 2010-01-01
Most cats will quickly learn to use the litter box, it's instinctual for them. Place the cat in the litter box several times so he knows where it is, and then again after each time the cat fails to use it, it usually only takes a day or so. Turkish Angoras are very smart and will pick it up quickly. Ours asks to go outside when he has to go to the bathroom, or in an emergency will only go in the sink.

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DuckMan - 2009-12-26
Claire, I bet you don't like WC Fields either... you know he said children are great, especially with a little barbecue sauce.


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kyle - 2009-12-21
We got our cat about 1 year ago and hes a real joy to have in our house he loves to follow me around into my room and lay with me. He doesn't mind behind picked up or sat on a lap he just loves to be around people and likes to stare at the fish for around 20 minutes a day. BUT he is a little goofy if you play with a paper ball throwing it over him he will do flips trying to get it and eventually get frustrated and just act like hes walkin away but when you set it on the ground he shoots back like a bullet. ironically enought before we knew what type of cat he was we named him Coon cause he has black fur with gray spots and striped and looks just like a ratcoon.

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Barbie - 2009-12-11
Abyssinian cats are nice they are active too!

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Sonya - 2009-11-20
I am starting some interesting research on the African Serval Cats and was wondering if anyone out there could answer my question. What, if any, is the difference between the Serval and Savannah? Is it that the Savannah is breaded with domestic cat and Serval is pure bread from Africa? Are they considered hypoallergenic cats? How can I get intouch with a proper breaderand get more info?

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Mary Peck - 2009-09-18
Janie's cat may be a Deep Woods Tabby, beautiful cats but really unusual looking. The Havana Brown kitten I commented on, is now about five months old and developing all the characteristics, but has a "fever coat." He was really sick when I got him, and had trouble keeping his temperature up, so it should probably be described as a "stress coat," white hairs scattered evenly throughout except on the head, feet and tail. It will be interesting to see if it all goes back to semi-sweet chocolate! All I know is, if he is a "puppy cat" he is a Labrador - into everything.

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Claire - 2009-09-03
Servals shouldn't be pets. They're wild animals, they could hurt a person if they got angrey, or worst case sernario maybe even eat a small person ex. baby. I'm not exactly sure. But my point is servals are wild animals and don't belong in our homes. The same goes for other big cats and other wild animals, they don't belong in our homes and our neighbor hoods!

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  • 9mm - 2010-03-21
    whats the diff between owning a wild animal or a dog, a dog could easily kill a person, but they dont because they are taimed from infancy , if u get a baby servel it will grow up taimed. there is no difference. "domestic animals" are not "domestic" when they r first born, they are trained.
  • Ted Nugent - 2010-05-13
    Are you a member of PETA? Because you sound like a far left-goof ball. A Serval is a medium sized cat that eats small Rodents. Instead of worrying about a cat that stands 20 inches tall eating babies you should be worrying about our border control and dirt bag criminals being released daily from jail that are repeat offenders of aggravated charges.
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Vincent - 2009-08-21
My Maine Coon - Alibaba, lived for 15 years until he went quietly to Feline University nearly 2 years ago. He was one of the greatest cats I've ever had in my life. He was the gentle giant, very smart and loving. He would sleep in bed with us and sit at the table during dinner. He always waited by the door every night when I got home from work. Like many who posted, He too would also chrip. He also loved water and being outdoors. He was a very brave cat as well, he feared no one. Most times people would call him cat-dog. He also knew who was afraid of him. He could smell it on them and that was his favorite type of person. Which I would have to rescue everytime from the end of the hallway when they came out of the bathroom. I would hear my guest shouting out my name and the cat would not let them leave. Everyone who was afraid of him was. And I would tell them different and they would not believe me. One person dubbed him Terminator cat. Alibaba was very caring and playful to the end. Alibaba was a thief of hearts and he stole mine. He would lick my arms and if I had a nightmare, he would come running lay on my pillow and lick my head until I fell asleep again. I miss his strong back leaning against mine when I would wake up at night or waking up and finding his head resting on my pillow like a human. He loved laying in boxes and hopping into paper bags and even my luggage. However, he was not one too leave alone for a long time. He gave me the cold shoulder when I went on holiday for 10 days. 7 he could do but certainly not 10! So the stage was set. And let me tell you, he was a fierce hunter. Nothing got past him or through those furry paws. His favorite time was when I cooked. He love the smell of the house and always sat by the entrance of the kitchen and watched me and chirped. All in all a great companion. It took some time to get use to him not being around. Especially the first few weeks because he was such a hugh presence. I've never been so heartbroken in my entire life. His pictures grace just about every wall in my house.

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