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Oct 12, 2016 08:04 |  #7246

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Oct 15, 2016 10:02 |  #7247

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Oct 15, 2016 12:39 |  #7248

A cat I came across on my travels. It was tame and quite the poser. Very colour co-ordinated!

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Oct 15, 2016 15:45 as a reply to  @ post 18153891 |  #7249

RIP Fergus..you will be in good company


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Oct 15, 2016 16:16 |  #7250

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RIP Fergus..you will be in good company

Yes he will.


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Oct 15, 2016 17:20 |  #7251

This is Elroy, about 3 years old. He adopted us a couple of years ago. He was following a group of raccoons that were feeding on our back porch. He was very standoffish for the first year, then started letting my wife and I pet and hold him. He's strictly an outdoor kitty, but we decided to bring him inside into my office because of a major wind storm due to hit this PM in the Seattle area (winds 30 - 60 mph). He was going to get a vet visit this morning, but we decided the vet and bad storm would totally freak him out. Vet in a couple of weeks though. We want to be able to allow him inside in bad weather. We have other strictly indoor cats.


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Oct 15, 2016 17:52 |  #7252

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This is Elroy, about 3 years old. He adopted us a couple of years ago. He was following a group of raccoons that were feeding on our back porch. He was very standoffish for the first year, then started letting my wife and I pet and hold him. He's strictly an outdoor kitty, but we decided to bring him inside into my office because of a major wind storm due to hit this PM in the Seattle area (winds 30 - 60 mph). He was going to get a vet visit this morning, but we decided the vet and bad storm would totally freak him out. Vet in a couple of weeks though. We want to be able to allow him inside in bad weather. We have other strictly indoor cats.


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I adopted an outdoor kitty and I think it took about two years before he would sleep in the house. It was a very gradual process just making incremental changes on a weekly or monthly basis. Now he's 19 years old and will hardly go out. Spoiled as can be!


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Oct 15, 2016 18:00 |  #7253

:-) 19, that's fantastic!


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Oct 15, 2016 19:43 |  #7254

Charlie's hair is growing back in after his summer shave.

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Oct 16, 2016 03:35 |  #7255

My girls are indoor cats as well, but they do love to go outside. But only in there new cage I would freak out if there were out and about...

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Oct 16, 2016 11:35 as a reply to  @ misty66's post |  #7256

Sandra: Great pictures, and I really like the cage! Is that DIY or a commercial one? If DIY maybe you can post some pics of its construction; if commercial maybe a link or two to who sells them.

We have a large screened in back patio, so its a ready-made cage with the only problem being that they have made some small cuts in the screens while hunting lizards. But who cares??


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Oct 16, 2016 14:03 |  #7257

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Sandra: Great pictures, and I really like the cage! Is that DIY or a commercial one? If DIY maybe you can post some pics of its construction; if commercial maybe a link or two to who sells them.

We have a large screened in back patio, so its a ready-made cage with the only problem being that they have made some small cuts in the screens while hunting lizards. But who cares??

Thanks Steve, it is a commercial one, I could give you a link but it is in Dutch... It is a simple construction it has 6 panels of the same size and then the top. One has a door in it.
You can put screws in to hold everything in place, but as I live in a rental home I used cable ties... around 185 of them and it is stable.
The shelves I bought from a company who makes them especially for cats and cats cages. So far the girls are happy with the cage and me to so they can go outside and yet not run away.


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Oct 16, 2016 19:55 as a reply to  @ Steve M's post |  #7258

Sandra, I like your kitty enclosure too. If your cats are like mine, they love going out in their "Kitty Cage".

Steve, I also have a screened in back porch, but I built an enclosure for the cats that attaches to the porch do they can either goon the porch or go on out to the enclosure via the "cat walk" between the porch & kitty cage. Mine's basically made from 2x4s and chicken wire. I built it in sections in the garage and then took it out back and assembled it together. I also used pressure treated dog eared fencing for the flooring and part of the roof. I covered most all the surfaces with outdoor carpeting. I'll try to dig up some photos I know I have if you want, but here's a short video overview (external link) of it I made for a friend about a month ago.


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Oct 16, 2016 20:11 |  #7259

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