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Survival Guide to Living With Humans

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Dear Fellow Felines:

I don’t know about you, but I for one am very sad to see the end of summer. I had so much fun at camp, going fishing with a few of my pals, hanging out at the pool and going to the zoo. Speaking of the zoo, I saw lions, tigers, bears, and a beautiful 13-year-old, 28-pound Ocelot. She sure is enjoying life in captivity. So now I’m wondering: is your most esteemed Tortie also living in captivity?

Diner Beware

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Dear Fellow Felines:

Yes, I have a one track mind – food. But any self-respecting feline is like minded and, deep down, a connoisseur of fine food, especially food snagged on the hoof. But I must warn you: DINER BEWARE! Many of these entertaining little critters are bad for us, as are some plants, rodents, large predators, Labor Day picnic foods, low water levels in the pool, and the trusty but dangerous barbecue grill. You know the saying; if it tastes good it has to be bad for you.

Dining With Naomi

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Dear Fellow Felines:

Boy, did I get some great news after last month’s epic pantry raid! As I do every day, I was scrolling through our outgoing emails to make sure my staff of 80 was performing up to snuff. One in particular caught my eye and made my tastebuds somersault with joy: “Naomi is getting just a bit on the thin side so we have upped her food.” How many gals are told they need to GAIN weight? Or had their food ration doubled overnight?

Dietary Dilemmas

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Dear Fellow Felines:

By now we are all suffering from the diet resolutions made by our people earlier this month. I don’t know about you, but I am starving! Compounding my suffering is the fact that my staff instructs all new arrivals to leave no morsel of food within my considerable striking distance. Being the clever girl I am, however, I recently stormed the condo of two gorgeous tortie kittens by leaping over a volunteer’s shoulder and into their feeding station. I was swiftly apprehended.

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