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Cats and pinballs... :-)


By Angyalpor

8 years ago



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#1700 1 year ago
Quoted from SilverUnicorn:

Thanks for the well wishes! Hobbes is NOT getting along with his brother AT ALL. They really got into it tonight. It's like they never knew each other. More stresses. Keeping them separated and trying to do scent swaps to get them acclimated again.
Chris

That's typical after an extended vet visit. One cat doesnt recognize the others scent. It will get better shortly once that nasty vet smell wears off

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#1765 1 year ago

Mr.French has never shown much of an interest in pinball, but RCT does make a good perch to view routine activities

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#1990 8 months ago
Quoted from HighFive:

Funny thing, i was thinking if the playfield glass was strong enough to support a cat, was worried if it could break, looking for my first pin to buy and was worried about that. Guess that thread answer my question lol.

They definitely will not break the glass. One of my cats would constantly jump up and down from the back box. When he landed on the glass, it would make an awful noise, but never hurt anything.

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#2007 7 months ago
Quoted from dmacy:

I have a new pinball tech. She works on things right meow.
Side note, I don’t know if she knows how to solder?![quoted image][quoted image][quoted image][quoted image]

My fiancee, stepdaughter, and I just love Karolina! Look at that character. Poor thing with her shaved tail, and chunk out of her ear. Glad to hear she's doing well.

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#2009 7 months ago
Quoted from dmacy:

We love her so much! Yeah she’s still recovering from the slow release meds for teeth removal. Karolina was always a neutral cat (she was a foster mommy) that one kitty took a swipe at her and caused that little nip out. She’s not a fighter nor is the breed.
Siberian cats are still pretty new to NA and my wife got her from Forest Wind in Buffalo. They’re nearly hypoallergenic and have a great temperament much like Maine Coons. For anyone interested about the breed, this is who we got her through and highly recommend. Not paid but worth sharing if you aren’t able to rescue. https://www.sweetsiberians.com/

Siberian!! Nice to know the breed name. Our kitty is just a mix breed, but I swear theres some Siberian in her somewhere. The barrel chest, short legs, fuzzy feet, coat texture, etc....

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#2076 5 months ago
Quoted from Daditude:

We clearly need a bad cats 2 pinball.

I'd be so in on that one!!

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#2112 4 months ago
Quoted from TractorDoc:

Missing a leg, eh? Probably does not slow him/her down one bit.
Here is one better for you -- a cat missing two legs.
Earlier this year a client brought in a kitten that had experienced some unknown trauma. A front and back leg were damaged beyond the point of healing or fixation, so they were removed. Since then she has healed up nicely and gets around just fine on two legs -- having them on opposite sides probably helps balance things out. She is so quick that she can be tough to catch when its time to be put up in the cat house.
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Everyone has been calling her Magic. . . but I tend to refer to her as the Bipolar Cat.

OH MY LORD!!! Shes awesome!!! Any pics of her standing??? How pretty and proud she looks!!

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#2207 56 days ago
Quoted from arolden:

I always wondered whether a full-sized cat could fit through there...[quoted image]

Whaaaaat?!?!

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