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Date: 11/30/12 18:12
Shen at 15 weeks, fixed and ready to "fly" ...
Author: ddavies

Shen gets her bearings, wind speed, target speed, altitude, barometric pressure ...

TALLY HO! Next she dive-bombs Tiger, who is peacefully resting in the top of a cat tree.

Shen got fixed a couple weeks ago, which meant she had to stay in the guest bathroom for about 6 days while her sutures healed. Her legs have grown more than the rest of her body, and she is all GO ... run and play all the time. Most of the day, Tiger plays with her, but come the end of the day, it is a little much for Tiger, and she lets Shen know it ...



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 05/16/13 11:03 by ddavies.



Date: 11/30/12 18:18
Re: Shen at 15 weeks, fixed and ready to "fly" ...
Author: jmbreitigan

Post a picture of Shen and your Christmas tree : )
John



Date: 11/30/12 18:50
Re: Shen at 15 weeks, fixed and ready to "fly" ...
Author: BCutter

Very nice! My wife and I miss our inside cats! And our 20+ lb outside Maine Coon is a leeetle too big to climb curtains!



Date: 11/30/12 19:11
Re: Shen at 15 weeks, fixed and ready to "fly" ...
Author: toledopatch

Shen is coloring out beautifully. She's very lucky to have a forever home.

Our senior cat -- a truck-stop rescue at 5 weeks -- climbed the drapes and the Christmas tree when she was younger, but now as a full-grown adult of 7 years, she doesn't even try it any more. Here she is at 4 months, well nestled about two-thirds of the way up a 7-foot plastic tree, and then about a month later walking the curtain rods in my father-in-law's house.



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Date: 11/30/12 19:17
Re: Shen at 15 weeks, fixed and ready to "fly" ...
Author: NS19K

Yuck!! Cats!!



Date: 11/30/12 19:22
Re: Shen at 15 weeks, fixed and ready to "fly" ...
Author: skeezix91

....Saw a picture of a cat and I had to chime in.

Here's my 4 year old kitty, Riley,(aka,"My lil' Buddy")

At 18 lbs. he's not your average kitty but he's a gentle giant for sure.


Brian H.






Date: 11/30/12 20:02
Re: Shen at 15 weeks, fixed and ready to "fly" ...
Author: tomstp

What does that have to do with trains?



Date: 11/30/12 20:05
Re: Shen at 15 weeks, fixed and ready to "fly" ...
Author: toledopatch

tomstp Wrote:
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> What does that have to do with trains?


Mr. Davies found this stray kitten while railfanning at Shenandoah Jct., WV., and has been posting occasional updates about her progress as a rescue. (I believe his other cat came from there two years ago, too.) I concede that it's only tangentially train-related....



Date: 11/30/12 20:17
Re: Shen at 15 weeks, fixed and ready to "fly" ...
Author: Gonut1

I miss cats. Had a 14 lb Augaphyle (sp?) that let us live in his house. It just showed up on Halloween and by December the wife let it inside. It ran the house for the next 15 years. Turned out it was the previous owners cat that came home. We thought it was a fat Mom cat but it was a fat fixed male. Named Fatso it roamed the neighborhood and dined on tuna meals from lots of old widows. Yup, climbed Christmas trees and terrorized the pet hermit crabs we had, although it was more ascared of them that the crabs were of the cat.
Gonut



Date: 11/30/12 21:00
Re: Shen at 15 weeks, fixed and ready to "fly" ...
Author: featherbedder

Also there are a lot of readers out there who care about railroad cats snd dogs Lives -Im one of them .



Date: 11/30/12 21:06
Re: Shen at 15 weeks, fixed and ready to "fly" ...
Author: MrMRL

You folks are early... 'Caturday' just hit the east coast of the US some 6 min ago...

Mr. MRL



Date: 11/30/12 21:25
Re: Shen at 15 weeks, fixed and ready to "fly" ...
Author: photobob

Alright here's a cat photo that includes trains. Here's Oscar the Yreka Western cat that unfortunately disappeared a few years ago.

Robert Morris Photography
http://www.snowcrest.net/photobob/index1.html




Date: 11/30/12 23:01
Re: Shen at 15 weeks, fixed and ready to "fly" ...
Author: mkostecky

Gonut1 Wrote:
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> I miss cats. Had a 14 lb Augaphyle (sp?) that let
> us live in his house. It just showed up on
> Halloween and by December the wife let it inside.
> It ran the house for the next 15 years. Turned out
> it was the previous owners cat that came home. We
> thought it was a fat Mom cat but it was a fat
> fixed male. Named Fatso it roamed the neighborhood
> and dined on tuna meals from lots of old widows.
> Yup, climbed Christmas trees and terrorized the
> pet hermit crabs we had, although it was more
> ascared of them that the crabs were of the cat.
> Gonut


Ive said it before so I'll say it again: "The head of the household IS the one with the TAIL"!!! LOL
Shen is growing up nicely!!! You are Great People who gave her a Great Home!!!



Date: 12/01/12 09:42
Re: Shen at 15 weeks, fixed and ready to "fly" ...
Author: skeezix91

tomstp Wrote:
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> What does that have to do with trains?


Riley doesn't mind railfanning either, although he lost one of his 9 lives when he heard a K3H for the first time!


Brian H.



Date: 12/01/12 10:54
Re: Shen at 15 weeks, fixed and ready to "fly" ...
Author: ddavies

NS19K Wrote:
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> Yuck!! Cats!!

Santa will fill your stocking with hairballs. ;-)



Date: 12/01/12 18:58
Re: Shen at 15 weeks, fixed and ready to "fly" ...
Author: ns1000

mkostecky Wrote:
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> Gonut1 Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > I miss cats. Had a 14 lb Augaphyle (sp?) that
> let
> > us live in his house. It just showed up on
> > Halloween and by December the wife let it
> inside.
> > It ran the house for the next 15 years. Turned
> out
> > it was the previous owners cat that came home.
> We
> > thought it was a fat Mom cat but it was a fat
> > fixed male. Named Fatso it roamed the
> neighborhood
> > and dined on tuna meals from lots of old
> widows.
> > Yup, climbed Christmas trees and terrorized the
> > pet hermit crabs we had, although it was more
> > ascared of them that the crabs were of the cat.
> > Gonut
>
>
> Ive said it before so I'll say it again: "The head
> of the household IS the one with the TAIL"!!! LOL
> Shen is growing up nicely!!! You are Great People
> who gave her a Great Home!!!


I AGREE with that!!! We have 2 senior cats (13 yrs. old), and we just got a 4 month old female kitten. She likes to play with everything and chase the 2 senior cats. The one senior cat has accepted the kitten and the other has not (She has already scratched the kitten LOL!!!). SUPER pics!!!



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Date: 12/01/12 21:38
Re: Shen at 15 weeks, fixed and ready to "fly" ...
Author: DNRY122

My daughter refers to her older cat as a "Senior Kitizen."

Here's James, an orange cat at Orange Empire Ry. Museum. He has since gone to the "Happy Hunting Ground", but he was a favorite with many members during his years at the "trolley farm".




Date: 12/02/12 22:48
Re: Shen at 15 weeks, fixed and ready to "fly" ...
Author: Abqfoamer

Rebuilders of ATSF 4-8-4 2926 in Albuquerque (2014 fire-up) are closely snoopervised by a squad of resident, hard-working watchcats shown here relaxing during one of their mandatory meditation classes.
Merry Christmas, kitty lovers!

nmslrhs.org photo



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Date: 12/03/12 15:30
Re: Shen at 15 weeks, fixed and ready to "fly" ...
Author: DNRY122

That's a nice clowder of cats you have in Albuquerque--I would guess that someone makes sure they're fed, because they look calm and healthy.



Date: 12/04/12 16:43
Re: Shen at 15 weeks, fixed and ready to "fly" ...
Author: NS-9308-PRR

For Heaven's Sake, I'm glad somebody finally used the word "clowder." Well crafted.



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