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MALE, Tyler, Texas
About Me: Music lover, avid entrepreneur, animal lover (especially dogs). I joined Boston.com to become a more knowledgeable, well-rounded person, as well as to keep up with the latest "goings-on" on Boston, since I don't live there anymore.
I'm looking forward to participating on this forum, to the extent I have time to do so! :-)
Posted 05/24/2013 10:13:56 EDT
Hi Guys, I've just been reading the pet section of this forum, and I've seen that many of you are very passionate about cats. I wanted to let you know about an effort going on to save some great ca more »
Posted 05/24/2013 09:52:36 EDT
Did you ever find Lucy?
If you aren't able to recover Lucy, I thought you might want to know about this:
Posted 05/24/2013 09:44:05 EDT
Asking a dog not to bark more is like asking you to talk less when you feel the need to express yourself. It's not fair to the dog. So, as the doctor indicated, dealing with the underlying need your more »
Posted 05/24/2013 09:36:10 EDT
I think it's like anything.... proper dosage or portions are essential, whether you are an animal or a human. For all of us, too much of a good thing eventually is a bad thing. Right?
Posted 05/24/2013 09:30:04 EDT
I have a cat that likes to do this while I'm sitting at my desk. She has become a sort of office mascot. Even though I'm sitting still, she puts little cat-claw holes in my t-short. It's gotten to more »
Posted 05/24/2013 09:27:32 EDT
I agree. My guess is that the owner would have to be fairly confident that the cat would return, should she ever jump off his shoulder.
Posted 05/24/2013 09:26:35 EDT
Posted 05/24/2013 09:25:53 EDT
I dunno.... The cat doesn't look all that thrilled to be there, but if the cat climbed onto his shoulders of his own free will, I guess it must have realy wanted that. LOL
Posted 05/24/2013 09:21:47 EDT
It's good to see this place getting an updated look and feel. What a great thing to do for the betterment not only of the venue, but for Boston itself!