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Author Topic: Will the jury please deliver their verdict...feral and new companion...  (Read 12243 times)
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anna_2007
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« on: August 10, 2007, 02:03:59 PM »

Petitioners declaration:
Exhibit Number one is a 11 y/o n. Male tonk, natural mink with aqua eyes, in the house, (hereinafter referred as "Number 1 kitty") addicted to his owner Exhibit 2, ("Mommy"), recent history is he survived two close calls with the tainted cat food scandal, and now thriving on ORIJEN (Exhibit 3).  Mommy declares need to be absent for extended periods during the day, meaning "Number 1 Kitty" will be alone for 12 hours per day. "Mommy" states "ORIJEN" as being responsible for much improved alertness, playfulness and increased daily activity of Exhibit 1, or "Number 1 kitty".

Petitioner continues...
"Mommy" alerted to a local story, of feral kitty known as "Adam"...  and the local problem of feral cats, opted to adopt a rescue cat instead of purchasing companion pet from an elite cattery. On adoption day, "Mommy", along with "Daddy" (Exhibit 4) went to local pet store (PetCo), and spied Exhibit 5, (hereinafter referred to "Number 2 Kitty").

Number 2 kitty, is 3 month old, female. White, Seal point Siamese or Natural Point Tonk since she also has the aqua eyes. Just been neutered. Adoption people jumped at "Mommy" and "Daddy" who were there with "Number 1 Kitty" who watched the whole process from his cat carrier.

Petitioner seeks advice from the assembled virtual multitude at this Pet Court regarding the following sequence of events:

Days 1 2 and 3:
"Mommy" kept the cats apart - reserving the large walk-in closet for Number 2 Kitty, bed, plus food, water and litter box, and leaving rest of house to Number 1 Kitty. Theory: keep them apart until they are used to their smells, each others presence, let Number 1 kitty still "own" the house.

Confession:
Number 2 kitty - a feral mind you - is discovered to be astonishingly calm, sweet, loving, grateful, cute, funny, playful, intelligent, quiet, long suffering, ravenous (falls asleep in her kibble), obedient, blazingly fast, doesn't walk but flees from one corner to another (feral survival skills), stunningly beautiful, painfully thin, (weighed a bit under 2 pounds), with fleas and worms, a mighty jumper... charmer extraordinaire, heart stealer.. and drop dead gorgeous, but not more so than Number 1 kitty. I swear.

Process:
[/u]Half an hour morning and night, interloper Number 2 Kitty is gently taken in small blanket in "Mommy's arms" and placed into distant view... "Daddy" plays with Number 1 while Mommy plays with Number two, then they wash hands and switch. Number 1 is not accepting, he hisses at Mommy, "how could you do this you traitor!"

Results:
By day 3, things are a little better. In fact, Number1 exhibits more solicitous behavior, to the point where one night when Mommy and Daddy doing the pm play thing, get fooled... she puts down Number 2, goes to turn the stove off,  but Daddy, playing with Number 1, was distracted at the same time... wild African savannah - sounds like Battle of Kruger - erupts in the home. Why, feral Cats are fast, and the streaking blur of white fur frightens Number 1.

Number 1 instantly turns into wild hunting animal, hissing, spitting, growling at both parents (not scratching but batting wildly no blood is drawn!) - neighbors think we are cat torturers, and Number 1 is inconsolable, goes under bed and growls for hours.

Number 1 assigned time out. Number 2 flit and fled, feral style. To her closet. Back to Square 1. Mommy and Daddy try again from the beginning.  Get to the point Number 1 and 2 are within 2 feet of each other, being held and petted, both purring loudly.  Both get praises and treats for positive behaviors. Mommy puts Number 2 down... both cats go on alert and...

...wild African savannah - sounds like Battle of Kruger -  erupts once more in the home. 

This time, Number 1 pooped and tinkled in Number 2's litter box when he had the chance.

Back to square 1.  Repeat and back to square 1.

Petitioner stands accused of not having the slightest idea of what to do next:

Mommy (and Daddy) are thinking they made a big mistake. Or are doing something wrong. Neighbors believe every three to five days, we torture our cats.

All exhibits love at least four of the five exhibits, and some love all the exhibits, ("Mommy", Kitty 1, Kitty 2, Orijen, "Daddy").

Mommy and Daddy and all the exhibits are awaiting the court's verdict and recommendations.

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« Reply #1 on: August 10, 2007, 02:25:53 PM »

anna_2007

Ahemm, ahemmmm

First question to exhibit 2, are both cats neutered.

That could be a main problem if both are not neutered.

Please respond so that we may continue the judging process.

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« Reply #2 on: August 10, 2007, 02:44:04 PM »

anna_2007

First question to exhibit 2, are both cats neutered.
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Affirmative.

Number 1 Kitty was neutered by cattery when purchased 11 years ago, not much testosterone had a chance to buzz his brain.

Number 2 kitty, 3 months old, was just neutered by rescue group, still has scar on tummy. She had fleas and worms and flea medicine for kitty administered (no fleas no eggs) and she is in the process of extended deworming and monitoring. Since Number 1 kitty decided to strafe-poop her litter box, we have him scheduled for a parasite check, just in case.

Note: Number 2 kitty, three months, now is a bit over 2 pounds, is an amazing 19 inches long, not counting long tail, Siamese long body... therefore surprisingly bigger target than when curled up.







 
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« Reply #3 on: August 10, 2007, 03:03:20 PM »

Exihibit #2 (also known as "Mommy") is required to bring forth visual evidence for intense scrutiny by the jury and judge in the form of photographs of No. 1 Kitty and No. 2 Kitty (both alleged by Exhibit #2 (Mommy) to be "charmers extraordinaire, heart stealers"  before this petition can proceed.
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« Reply #4 on: August 10, 2007, 03:42:44 PM »

Exihibit #2 (also known as "Mommy") is required to bring forth visual evidence for intense scrutiny by the jury and judge in the form of photographs of No. 1 Kitty and No. 2 Kitty (both alleged by Exhibit #2 (Mommy) to be "charmers extraordinaire, heart stealers"  before this petition can proceed.

Mommy herewith attempts to upload 4 photos: No. 1 Kitty is larger and dark. No. 2 Kitty is small and white.




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« Reply #5 on: August 10, 2007, 03:49:12 PM »

...for intense scrutiny ...

We petition the court to file further visual support of our case...



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« Reply #6 on: August 10, 2007, 04:09:04 PM »

After long deliberations, jury affirms intense woodgie-coo-ability of Numbers 1 and 2 Kitty and serendipitous luck of Exhibits 2 and 4 to coexist with them.

Allowing them to fight it out is perhaps not advisable while Number 2 still has parasites. Once parasites are eliminated, resumption of previous course of action with allowances for savannah-like behaviour, under supervision so as to prevent injury, could be attempted.

For bringing this to the attention of the court, Mommy is hereby sentenced to provide ongoing photographic evidence of the process. Such evidence shall be promptly filed as it becomes available - for appeal purposes of course.
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« Reply #7 on: August 10, 2007, 04:13:12 PM »

The court requests a recess of one week to allow the plaintiff to provide further evidence.

Ah ha ha ha ha ha ha, anna_2007, we'll see what Mack has to say about his new potential partner-in-crime after a little time has passed.
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« Reply #8 on: August 10, 2007, 04:16:10 PM »

Best Trial Themed Cat Post. EVER.
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« Reply #9 on: August 10, 2007, 04:19:44 PM »

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jury affirms intense woodgie-coo-ability of Numbers 1 and 2 Kitty

Total agreement from this juror also.

Let us reconvene in one week and continue this process.

Exhibits 2&4 are allowed copious amounts of alcohol to relieve stress during this transitional time.

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« Reply #10 on: August 10, 2007, 04:24:02 PM »

Juror #1 million, certifies that Mommy has proven that Kitty #1 and Kitty #2 are indeed breathtakingly gorgeous.

Mommy mommy may need a pair of these for handling Kitty #2.   
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Eventually they will understand,
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That I am always with them
I just am....forever and ever and ever.
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"A kitten in the animal kingdom is like a rosebud in a garden", author unknown
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« Reply #11 on: August 10, 2007, 04:32:24 PM »

Possibly something more along these lines would be appropriate.
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« Reply #12 on: August 10, 2007, 04:35:50 PM »

anna Mulan is gorgeous. I hope Mack will let her contribute to his blog.
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« Reply #13 on: August 10, 2007, 04:38:17 PM »


We petition the court to file further visual support of our case...


Visual support accepted and filed.

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Eventually they will understand,
Replied the glorious cat
For I will whisper into their hearts
That I am always with them
I just am....forever and ever and ever.
Poem for Cats, author unknown

"A kitten in the animal kingdom is like a rosebud in a garden", author unknown
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« Reply #14 on: August 10, 2007, 06:07:06 PM »


For bringing this to the attention of the court, Mommy is hereby sentenced to provide ongoing photographic evidence of the process. Such evidence shall be promptly filed as it becomes available - for appeal purposes of course.

Mommy accepts the verdict of this court, and will comply. Further (bloodless) evidence will be filed when Mommy is able to take one photograph of Exhibits 1 - Number 1 Kitty, and Exhibit 5, Number 2 Kitty, playing together (without resorting to Photoshop or other churlish tainted evidence), or separate photos to show both cats still alive and well.
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