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Pickles showed up one very cold morning in February. Perhaps 2002? I am not sure. I thought he was a stray so I took him to the Vet the next day. He was in need of some serious care. So while he was there he was neutered. About 2 weeks latter the neighbor across the street asked if I had seen her cat. ??? I told her of a cat I had taken in and it seems it was hers. I told her I would be happy to return it but she needed to pay the Vet bill. She never mentioned the cat again. She also said she had no clue cats would leave her yard. DUHHHH. It seems he had a brother ( a gray manx) who did stay home and I believe they took him when they moved 2-3 years ago. Seems they had gotten both kittens in the country and brought them to their home. Pickles is as thin as a church mouse and always has been, but he is very smart, not so social able with the others, but VERY smart. He may have come to live here in 2002? Don't remember really. He may be 10 years old.
Pickles is also a Manx- or tailless cat.....
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