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Re: Garden Safety & heart cats

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  • Mandy
    Thanks for reply Lyn, im sure after a while I will relax more with him, Suppose its only natural to worry. But like you said it s a balance of risks and he
    Message 1 of 5 , Mar 27, 2012
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      Thanks for reply Lyn, im sure after a while I will relax more with him, Suppose its only natural to worry. But like you said it's a balance of risks and he enjoy's the garden so much, so will take the risk, and hopefully he will learn not to chase bumble bees!!

      Mandy
      --- In feline-heart@yahoogroups.com, elfinmyst@... wrote:
      >
      > Hi Mandy
      >
      > Yes, it's possible he may be stung and could have a reaction to it. But he
      > doesn't know he is poorly and he wants the best and most active and fun
      > life and getting into the garden will enhance his quality of life. It's a
      > balance of risks. I chose to take that risk with all my heart cats and they all
      > love the garden. No one to my knowledge has been stung in the last five
      > years apart from Molly who came in with a swollen paw hanging in the air.
      > She'd either removed the sting or it was a wasp.
      >
      > There is a possibility of a reaction in any cat and a sting near the mouth
      > is dangerous. But personally mine love the garden so much I take that risk.
      > Just like I use catnip which gets them excited.
      >
      > Lyn
      >
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