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June 09, 2004

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Patia

Tango sez: This is perfectly normal kitty behavior. Weather gets nice, kitty stays out later and later, even for days at a time. Weather gets cold and wet, kitty wants to do nothing but sleep and snuggle. :-)

Spot's neutered, right? Tango is, but he still roams far and wide when it's warm.

Julia Critchfield

Hello, I was in Yellowstone Park recently and saw a story posted in the warming hut about a Tabby cat that had survived the winter in Yellowstone National Park. I thought I would be able to find the story on the Internet to read thoroughly but to date have been unsuccessful. Would someone out there know where I could find the story? It appears that it was published in either a newspaper or a Yellowstone publication.

Thank you,
Julia

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