Uh-oh: Bosco's a keeper!

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Uh-oh: Bosco's a keeper!

Post by MVilla55 » Tue, 16 Mar 1999 04:00:00



I'll eagerly await your stories.  I always love it when someone adopts and
older not-so-beautiful looking pet.  I've found that what they lack in physical
beauty they more than make up for in personalit.  My Syllie is this way.  He's
not beautiful but he has such a nice personality. I'm trying to find him a
home, by the way. He loves outdoors so if you know of a good owner who isn't
nervous (like me) about owning and inside/outside cuttie, tell him/her about
Syllie!  (Sylvester).

Mary

 
 
 

Uh-oh: Bosco's a keeper!

Post by yaho.. » Tue, 16 Mar 1999 04:00:00


: I hope she won't shun him just because he's different!

        Heh -- she might just shun him because he's new, not different!
A friend of mine recently adopted a tiny, adorable cat that had previously
lived a very difficult life.  She has ears damaged by frostbite, and a
poorly-healed hip injury that the shelter said was from past abuse, but
the other cats in the house all treat her like she's the boss!  (So do
most of the humans.  She's a very endearing little creature!)

                                Jill

 
 
 

Uh-oh: Bosco's a keeper!

Post by CatM » Sat, 20 Mar 1999 04:00:00


Of course, beauty is only fur deep. :-)
--
Adrian (Owned by Smokey, Snoopy & Rosie)
This Residence is maintained entirely for the COMFORT and CONVENIENCE of
the CATS
A House Is Not A Home, Without A Cat.


Quote:
>I'll eagerly await your stories.  I always love it when someone adopts
and
>older not-so-beautiful looking pet.  I've found that what they lack in
physical
>beauty they more than make up for in personalit.  My Syllie is this way.
He's
>not beautiful but he has such a nice personality. I'm trying to find him
a
>home, by the way. He loves outdoors so if you know of a good owner who
isn't
>nervous (like me) about owning and inside/outside cuttie, tell him/her
about
>Syllie!  (Sylvester).

>Mary