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PostPosted: Mon Mar 13, 2006 11:20 am 
Congratulations!!

And there was me thinking it might be a 4-legged addition..... :wink:

I might be able to post a similar message soon - but definitely for 4 (or in fact 8!) legs (before my hubby has heart failure......)

Hopefully going to see some kittens at the beginning of April after finally moving house (and then our breeder was also moving house so it's been an interesting time keeping in touch!).

Best wishes

Teresa


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 13, 2006 11:27 am 
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Wow...Congratulations you two :D

Hope the Bengals don't get to upset having an 'intruder' in their house :lol: Although I'm sure they'll get use to him/her!

...and what a great excuse Siobhan for not having to empty the cat litter trays. That'll be your job for a good while now Gavin :lol:

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 13, 2006 6:14 pm 
Heidi wrote:

...and what a great excuse Siobhan for not having to empty the cat litter trays. That'll be your job for a good while now Gavin :lol:

Heidi


See my post about litter trays, no one spotted that and put 2 and 2 together :lol:


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 13, 2006 8:28 pm 
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Congradulations.....


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PostPosted: Sun Apr 09, 2006 9:39 am 
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missed this post...sorry my bad!

Congratulations you two......hope all is going well!

You'll need the all important leopard print cocoon so your new addition doesn't feel left out! :wink:

Love the "matching Little Gnome Hat" with its well placed, small-rounded ears..... :lol:


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 10, 2006 4:36 pm 
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Babies are cool
Is it your first one?
Very big congratulations.
I am sure that's one of the reasons why we want to breed bengals - sheer unadulterated broodyness.
Will you post pics of him/her on the forum?


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It should be ok A bit hectic, but - contrary to myth - the cats wont try to hurt the baby or suck out its breath.
They certainly wont get wierd and jealous, though I have heard of some vile, over indulged little dogs doing that.
Get a net for the crib though when it is very wee as cats may snuggle in beside it and accidently smother it.
The other thing is when the baby gets a bit older it may innocently "clutch" at a cat and be scratched, but my children thrived on a houseful of animals and came to no real harm.
Err . . . you may have to let some of the more anal luxuries of childlessness go though, like extreme tidyness and minimilistic home style.
There is going to be a lot of primary coloured plastic in you life for a few years to come.
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tanith wrote:
contrary to myth - the cats wont try to hurt the baby or suck out its breath. :lol:


We've all seen that film Tanith....scary stuff at the time! :lol:



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Err . . . you may have to let some of the more anal luxuries of childlessness go though, like extreme tidyness and minimilistic home style.
There is going to be a lot of primary coloured plastic in you life for a few years to come.


Arggg! ....Primary coloured plastic things scare the holy bejeebus outta me, I think I could handle the untidy living style quite easily tho! :wink:


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meemonkey wrote:

We've all seen that film Tanith....scary stuff at the time! :lol:

But ppl honestly thought cats did that as late as the 1930's!


Re the abandonment of style . . .
My sister is in London and has impeccable taste. Her cards are very cool, always. I used to get cards from her and think, "Ah, so that's what style looks like."
Then she had a baby.
The birthday card I received following this event was a hallmark card with a lurid pink birthday cake on it.
Her brain had melted, poor thing. LOL


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OH... Congratulations !!!
I'm very happy for both of you!

Believe me -- your cats will bond with your new addition, quickly enough. They seem to have a natural "sense" of the innocence and frailty of a baby, and I do not expect to hear you've had ANY problem, with the POSSIBLE exception of the BABY having a lot of "kitty hair" on it's hands, once he/or/she is able to reach out and touch those soft, shiny and silky pelts. (grin)

LaVon


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