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September 16, 2011


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O, Elvira and Nikita, you's gonna haf so much fun.

We love visitors in our house.

It means more skritches and snuggles and head bumpies and purrs... you's in fur a real treat.

Iffen yours visitor finks hims not a cat lover, those are tha bestest kind to convert.

Keep us all posted on how it goes.

Love & Purrs,


Ask your Dad to ask the guest to just ignore you both and let you both decide for yourselves when to come out to say Hi.

If he can avoid staring at you both that will help too as full on eye contact for animals is a bit threatening.

It will be very hard for the guest not to stare as you are both very beautiful.

Make sure you have somewhere to go and hide if you so wish.

This is ok and not rude at all. Visitors are stressful!

The guest should be offered the opportunity to cover his feet liberally with catnip.

He will enjoy you mauling his feet and feel greatly honoured.

Gerry & Oliver


Will be interesting to find out what you decide to do.

Lee County Clowder

Well, you gotta be a little stand-offish, at least at first.

You're kitties, after all.

After that, you'll have to play it by ear, and see how many treats you can get out of the beans if you say HI to him.

Karen Jo

We find that visitors are usually entertaining, so we come out to see and sniff them.

They usually have very interesting smells on them.

Herman and Emma

Nikita Cat

Thank U everyone!

Elvira, & I, have been considering your advice and, with the guy due here in a couple of hours, we think we are as prepared as we can be. ;-D

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