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    (Original post by yellofeeva)
    does it meow in a different way?
    Nope meows like every other cat, especially when he's hungry
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    (Original post by kerily)
    Awww

    There used to be a blind horse in a field near my house. When she had a foal, another horse who could see led the foal over to her whenever it needed feeding, because she couldn't find it on her own :moon:
    Wow that's truly amazing.
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    (Original post by waliur)
    We tried to handle him when he was a kitten, he'd just jump right off again. Funny thing is whenever someone left the room, just for a minute, he'd suddenly realise he was alone he would scream down the whole house :rolleyes:. Now that he's a bit older he only does it when every is in bed trying to sleep
    As he's deaf, he must be overly sensitive to touch and perhaps as a kitten he felt uncomfortable in the hands of 'foreign' creatures that are not its mother.
    At night mine doesn't allow anyone to sleep either (unless she's really tired) and just runs around from room to room - if the doors are not left open, she makes that annoying sound by scratching her claws into the carpet or doors!
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    What!?
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    (Original post by Oh my Ms. Coffey)
    I miss my cat at uni.


    That's pretty cool. What course?
 
 
 
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