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  1. So three years ago the most awsum cat came to the side door of our house on a most frigid winter night. After its rescuer went back to Germany I inherited the cat because no one else wanted him. Well, I don't know how the cat does it (sneaks cute pills at the clinic?) but it is just the most endearing creature I've ever had the privilege of knowing.

    I moved into my Boss's guest room for a couple months while I was helping her on her Geobook. My friend James lives in the area so I offered him the privilege of caring for my cat for the interim since I couldn't bring it to my boss's. One weekend, my friend went back to Boston to visit his g/f. A snowstorm blew up and I had to go reskew kitty from James's garage, where he was staying when James would leave. My boss was nice enough to let me bring kitty over to her farm house (big land--kitty LOVES the outdoors). Boss immediately falls in love with kitty. She hopes I will give her kitty, and James hopes he'll get kitty. Boss states up front she wouldn't want to borrow kitty. She only wants him if I give him to her permanently. James says he'd be happy to take kitty for as long as I want, no commitments necessary. So I let James have kitty, until I find a living situation where I can have kitty, even though James's property isn't quite as awesome as boss's (still pretty great for kitty, tho). But that living situation never transpired, and James loves kitty a lot, naturally. Now he keeps saying kitty is his. I can't tell if he's messing around or not, but did he by ipso-defacto inherit my kitty because he's been caring for him for so long? He gave it its shots and other things. I wasn't keen on all that stuff, figuring kitty doesn't need that stuff, so I think he feels he takes better care of kitty furthering his claim to him.

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    2. TwinBeast

      TwinBeast

      You could like split the cat and give half the cat to your boss and other half to the James. Then years later the cat halves find your secret messages that says they need to find the medallion. Then they go out for a quest and find the medallion and get reunited and kill the evil and give half the medallion to their children and send one child to the orphanage and the other one to some rich family. Then years later their children find secret messa.. geehh.. Cthulhu wakes up and eats everyone.

    3. Hellbent

      Hellbent

      Hi and welcome to bubble base.

    4. Technician

      Technician

      Hellbent said:

      He gave it its shots and other things. I wasn't keen on all that stuff, figuring kitty doesn't need that stuff, so I think he feels he takes better care of kitty furthering his claim to him.

      Moron. Outdoor cats need their shots.

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