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Thanks, folks. We had him for almost ten happy years; and better to have loved and lost than never have loved, after all.
I hate to be such a downer, so: back to crazy, hilarious,annoying, and amazing stuff. Our other cat, Lily, is a runt, and was rescued from outside by my mother-in-law. She's skittish to the point of outright paranoia; if she comes to you, all is well, but if you try it the other way around, forget it. Doesn't matter if you have food or catnip or whatever — you're obviously COMING TO GET HER AND SHE HAD BEST RUN AND HIDE RIGHT EFFING NOW.
Loud noises do this too. You know, like opening the door or blowing your nose. Or (sometimes) talking.