I have fixed it all for years and years, but now I refuse. I will just go with it, broken or not.
i haven't weighed my cat lately , but i'm sure she's close to that. man she's huge. she used to be a sleek and slender , shoulder rider, runnin through the house, jumpin on top of doors, wall climbin crazy cat. BUT then... we got her fixed...and she suddenly gained about a hundred ponds in the first month and now she barely makes it through the house without having a heart attack. she is a sweet heart though. the other cat didn't gain any weight, and even got sweet. she used to attack my hubby with the eilness of the devil, and make him bleed. after she got fixed, she goes up to him, and even lets him pet her....for a second. weird how just fixin a cat can have so many changes in them.my mange girl gained weight too. but at the time, she needed to. she was really sick with mange and skin and bone. so it was good for her to put on the fifteen pounds or so she did. of course she got put on vitamins and meds as well for the mange. that poor dog almost died . anyhow..like my kid said...all my animals are just retahded. but we love em.soooo....how's the chest? for some reason my animals..except midnight..cuz she's too weak anymore to get on the bed...the res like to lay on my legs til they go numb.happy tuesday///i see my kid before noon today!!! woo hoo
oh a long comment from soul...already makin her rounds i see.... must be nice in winter... not so good in summer...
Awww! Can I borrow your kitty? I miss mine.
It sure does when you're trying to breathe with it on top of you, Jamie! Smokey loved to do that, and the closer he could put his face to mine the happier he was. Nothing like rumbles, wet noses and cat breath to feel loved! :-)
I miss mine too, CC! :-(
I have a dog that weighs less! He's 12 and a half pounds.
Now I want one too...:(
18 pounds?! that is a good size for a cat, i'd say after a while my ribs would be crushed too.
I'm a dog fan and she's 65 pounds. Thank God she has her own bed. :-)
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