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PostPosted: Wed Jul 21, 2004 7:45 pm 
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Ok. The idea for this one is simple. Lets say you have a problem/diallema or just need help with something in general. Post your problem/question here and other people will give you advice baised on experiance or thair point of view.

E.g: someone posts "I need help with algebra, please explain it to me in a language i can understand" Or "I fancy soneone who has a partner and i know they feel the same way but i don't want to come between them. What should i do?"

These are only examples. If you have a genuin problem that you don't mind shairing then post it.
And it doesn't just have to be problems. If you have done something great or have some good news you want to share then post that.

No insulting other people or making fun of their problems.

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 21, 2004 8:20 pm 
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I'm still having trouble uploading my avatar from my computer. I was just wondering if you could do something about that. Thanks in advance.


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 21, 2004 11:18 pm 
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Looks fine to me. Um, if anyone can't get an avatar to upload send it to comments@pebbleversion.com and I'll upload to my webspace and give you a link to use.

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 23, 2004 1:58 pm 
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I'm moving home soon and i'll be living on my own about 80 miles away from any family. I'm thinking of getting a cat for company. Anyone here have a cat? Any tips i can get about raising a cat in a new home or any tips/advice in general?

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Well I've had several cats. 3 ran away. 1 died. We still have 2 of em'. All I know from my cats is that the don't like being picked up. Also the occasional empty can of tuna. (If you're having a tuna sandwich or something let him/her have the can. They love the taste.)

Also did you recieve my e-mail Josiah?

EDIT: I should mention that I don't really know much about kittens. I only know how I treat adult cats. If you get a cat don't forget to butter its paws so that it doesn't try to return to wherever you got it.

EDIT: My mom says that cats are independant so let them come to you instead of forcing them to love you.


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PostPosted: Fri Jul 23, 2004 4:19 pm 
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Cool, thanks.

...Butter their paws?????

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Yes. If you butter their paws it messes with one of the senses. The have some sort of sensory device on the bottoms on their paws that lead them home.

Here's a link:
<a href='http://www.understandinganimals.com/forum/index.php?board=2;action=display;threadid=1024' target='_blank'>http://www.understandinganimals.com/forum/...y;threadid=1024</a>

EDIT: Cats are also very protective. If you raise a cat, I would suggest against raising another. That's how we lost all 3 of our cats.


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If you get a kitten, I would advise asking either the breeders or the store for advice. I would also advise trying to get an animal from an animal shelter. Either way, you will be provided with much useful information and not a lot of bosh. Typically, a good plan is to keep a new animal inside the house until it bonds with you. That way, you won't have to worry about any "buttered paws" and whatnot. It's best to make sure the animal loves you and its new home, and that it wouldn't want to return anyways. Also, it's good to teach a cat to be an inside cat. That was, you won't have to worry about things like feline lukemia, or the feline version of HIV, FIV. One of my cats has FIV, so I can positively reassure you that if you can prevent it in any way, do so. With kittens, pay a lot of attention to them, make sure their food and water bowls are clean and always full, and keep the kitten out of trouble.

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I might get a cat when I go to AZ. Although I probably won't be able to afford it. I take care of adult cats for neighbors. Nothing major but it is important to play with them and pet them a lot.

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The avatar is up. Thanks Josiah.


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Well, I just got a kitten too. She keeps playing in the litter box, pawing and such, like in a sand box. What should I do?


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Let her. Cats usually use the litterbox by instinct. Encourage her only if she needs it. She's learning right now.

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Okay, thanks.
Also, she doesn't eat that much. and do cats teeth? Do their claws 'clawth'? Just wondering.


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I know this is Topic reviving, but I need your guys help.

This Saturday, I'm going to be in a Mario-Kart double-dash tournament, but there's a small dilemma. I just called my friend Stacy (who i miss greatly and haven't seen her in awhile) and she said I can come over on Saturday.

Question is, see a friend you miss, or go to the tournament?

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PostPosted: Tue Aug 24, 2004 8:22 pm 
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Well I'm inclined to say the tournament; HOWEVER I'm going to say see your friend. I may be a video-game-a-holic, but nothing beats friends.


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