The Kitty Times Newsletter

Hi, cat lover!

I hope you and your cats had a nice Valentine's Day. We
didn't do much here, but I did give each one of my kitties
a good massage and a new toy. They certainly enjoyed the
attention.

Let me know how you spent your special day and I'll include
it here, but only if you want me to.


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REMINDER - COME TO MY CAT CLASS!

Just a reminder about my cat care classes, a 3-part mini-course,
set to begin tomorrow. Hope you can make it.

Here is the call-in information again:

Wednesday, March 1, 2006
7 p.m. Mountain Time (6 p.m. Pacific, 8 p.m. Central and 9 p.m. Eastern)

1-641-297-7250

Then press 319376# for access to the conference.

(Don't forget to press the # sign after the access code number.
Also, please note that this is a new number.)

Also, you might want to call in a couple of minutes early to be sure
you get on the line.

Don't worry if you can't make it. I am going to record the call
so you can replay it later.


====>Download your cheat sheet here:

====>http://www.theproblemcat.com/cheatsheet.pdf


I look forward to visiting with you and answering your questions.

If you would like to submit some questions, send them to this email address:

mskitty @ theproblemcat.com

I'll try to get them included in the list if there is room. If not,
there is always next week!

The next 2 classes will follow over the next 2 weeks, at the same time
and same numbers. (Same Cat Station, same Cat Channel!)

Each session will be approximately 60 min. long, depending
on how many questions there are. I will send out reminders the day
before each class to help you remember.

I look forward to "seeing" you on the calls!


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TIP OF THE MONTH

What do these behaviors mean: Head butting, tail twining,
and leg weaving. Basically, they are just a
few ways your cat marks his or her social territory. It isn't
just a sign of affection, though marking you shows that your
cat does care about you and wants to let other cats know
that you belong to him or her.

Cats have glands at the base of the tail, on their cheeks,
and on the underside of their front paws. If your cat is rubbing
his or her scent onto you, it means he or she is creating a unique
group smell that can be used to identify you to other cats. In
other words, it means you're a "keeper!"


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