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Old 09-09-2007, 12:15 PM   #8
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Originally Posted by AnnaT View Post
About your problem: First, I would give her her own ball of yarn. You can offer this to her when she attacks yours.
Be VERY careful giving a cat yarn. They can ingest it and it can bind up their system often requiring surgery. Our young cat has gotten it caught in her throat twice now and I had to pull out several inches of it. I realize this may be not be a problem for all cats, but do watch them closely.

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