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varsettie

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They are lovely! I love Atari's face, while loving Fawkes eyes (I'm tempted to ask if she/he is named after Guy Fawkes)



 
Atari has the forever kitten-face as a result of being the runt. Fawkes' name actually came about from being around her. We originally called her 'Fox' because she doesn't meow, instead she squeaks and 'barks' like a fox. She was an underweight and sick stray so after the SPCA couldn't find her owner we adopted her and she essentially rose from the ashes like a Phoenix, recovering from her illnesses and skinniness in a matter of about a week. So we named her 'Fawkes' after the Phoenix in Harry Potter x3
 

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Merlin2000, Tallulah has gorgeous round, green eyes.  She also has fabulous tabby stipes topped off by that little white chin: they are like mini tiger markings. 
  I hope we are going to see a lot more photos of Tallulah around the site as she looks lovely.
 

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MServant she's a lovely cat she's very small under 5 pounds but as a wicked personality, she's also very intelligent


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That will be the combination of cat and owl genes! 
  Have you tried clicker training?
 

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That will be the combination of cat and owl genes! 
  Have you tried clicker training?
Very funny cat and owl genes but true in Tallulah's case


I didn't know you could clicker train cats thought that was just for dogs ?
 

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Very funny cat and owl genes but true in Tallulah's case


I didn't know you could clicker train cats thought that was just for dogs ?
Ooooh nooooo,  it can be great fun if you have a really intelegent cat as it can help keep them engaged and interested in stuff.  If you do a web search for clicker training cats you will find loads of stuff including quite a few good videos telling you how to do it: there's a really good one that's about how to get your cat to go in to its carrier and it shows the principles nicely.

There's a lot of discussion on TCS too, here is one from a while back:

http://www.thecatsite.com/t/62604/clicker-training-thread

I don't think you need to restrict it to discipline and getting an animal to do something you want it to, I belive it can be fun and used in games too if your cat takes to it.  I started too late with Mouse and he was way too impatient to get to everything so I never got it to work. I wsa quite sad but he doesn't care! 
 
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