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    Lily's a lot svelter than she was but still needs to drop a couple of pounds. She's chunky now rather than obese, let's say.

    On top of all of mine I have a little black kitten here as well though I will take her to the DSPCA tomorrow as I can;t really manage her here at the moment. I helped a neighbour home three of the litter and then catch the mother, now spayed. Neighbour went on holiday assuming I would take and rehome the fourth kitten; not understanding I'd said I would hold it for anyone who was going to take it, but that it was kind of her responsibility... Oh well! The DSPCA had said they would take all the kittens, and I homed three of four, so I figure they can help with the last one. She is very cute!
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    I was wondering where Quincy was...surprised he missed the group portrait. Sure looks like Lily is making herself at home and learning all the ropes. She looks so good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by karlin
    The dog ones are supposed to be really good too; they'd be great for rescue dogs.
    Karlin, they are fantastic. I used one with Holly when we got her and she was totally wild - she soon calmed down and went from this mad cave-dog into a chilled little furball within hours

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    That's a lovely photo Karlin, they all look so happy together.

    I'm so thrilled that Lily is doing well - it obviously helps if the cats are relaxed....

    Do you think they could produce a human version

    You can get the cat and dog ones on Ebay

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    That is a truly lovely photo. All your furbabies look so relaxed and happy. Great shot Karlin.
    Julie and the girls

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