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Birds of a feather, flock together or do they? » Post #5

Mon Dec 19, 2011 08:10 in General Talk

Cardinals above.

Finch.

Birds of a feather, flock together or do they? » Post #4

Mon Dec 19, 2011 08:07 in General Talk

Birds of a feather, flock together or do they? » Post #3

Mon Dec 19, 2011 08:03 in General Talk

Birds of a feather, flock together or do they? » Post #2

Mon Dec 19, 2011 08:03 in General Talk

Crow

Birds of a feather, flock together or do they? » Post #1

Mon Dec 19, 2011 08:01 in General Talk

Look very very closely out screen to see hummingbird on feeder.

Pic of my wild pet raccoon » Post #4

Mon Dec 19, 2011 07:57 in General Talk

Raccoons wash their food.

This is Miss Coonie.

Pic of my wild pet raccoon » Post #3

Mon Dec 19, 2011 07:55 in General Talk

Mr TreeCat at back porch waiting for treat.

How Far will a Cat go? » Post #5

Mon Dec 19, 2011 07:48 in General Talk

Miss Cookie

How Far will a Cat go? » Post #3

Mon Dec 19, 2011 07:45 in General Talk

Miss Lucy's six kittens.

Mr Grubby
Mr Biggie
Mr Blondie
Mr WhiteFace
Mr Skitty
Miss Cookie

How Far will a Cat go? » Post #2

Mon Dec 19, 2011 07:41 in General Talk

Miss Lucy (mom)

Pic of my wild pet raccoon » Post #2

Mon Dec 19, 2011 07:38 in General Talk

Don't YOU do this. You must know what you are doing.

Pic of my wild pet raccoon » Post #1

Mon Dec 19, 2011 07:35 in General Talk

This is a pic of one of my wild pet raccoons. It was very hot out and she found her a nice shady area under the truck.

Cat licking solution - Cat clothes » Post #2

Mon Dec 19, 2011 07:33 in General Talk

Mr Kitty a couple of years ago with blue thermal jacket on. :P

How Far will a Cat go? » Post #1

Mon Dec 19, 2011 07:24 in General Talk

A little stray cat arrived one day and I fed her. She looked to me to be less than a year old. Rather pretty cat with bright clear blue eyes and a washed out siamese looking coat. Then one day I noticed her belly becoming quite large so I made her a nice bed. She had 6 kittens, 5 male and 1 female. She was such a good mommy, training her kittens how to catch moles and bugs. She taught them how to climb a tree and how to back down a tree. It was interesting to watch her. I decided to take her to the vet so she would not have babies again...six is enough. When her one female kitten was old enough, I took her to the vet too so she would not have babies. Since there was 5 males, I did not take them to the vet. Mind you, these are outside cats.

One by one, the male cats have wondered off, never to return. Last week, there was 2 males out of the 5 left. Now there is 1 male left. Whereas once there was a total 7 outside cats, have now become 3 outside cats.

I decided to do some research to see how far a male cat will go in search of a female cat.

The answer appears to be 6 miles. In other words, a male cat can smell a female cat from 6 miles away.
It also says that some times the male cat never returns home, that he may claim a colony of female cats.
If no other male cat has marked the territory within the 6 miles, it's highly probable that your male cat will find his way to the female cat.

I live in a rural area and when I drive down the various back roads, and main roads, I find myself always looking in the yards of people, looking to see if I can locate any of the male cats that have gone missing. I've never spotted any of them. A six mile area, can be a very large area. There's not much telling where they have gone or in which direction.

In one sense, that was comforting to know they are probably still alive some where, hanging out with one or more females. Around here, some times wild dogs roam the woods and other predatory creatures.

If you don't want your cats running off, it's best to get them spayed and neutered. When cats are spayed and neutered, they tend to go no further than a block or two from home.

a small request » Post #11

Sun Dec 18, 2011 16:22 in General Talk

Yep, I know what you mean. They could do a redirect or even forward the url to another site.
I don't guess it matters what they do if they want to go to that much trouble to do it, unless
it's a page that has non-allowed content...and in that case, at the very least, they would be
banned.

MY FIRST CLIXSENSE PAYMENT » Post #2

Sun Dec 18, 2011 11:59 in Payment Proofs

Congratulations on your first payout! :D

My winning on clixGrid » Post #2

Sun Dec 18, 2011 04:39 in Success Stories

Maybe thank Santa too. :lol:

Finally reached 100 referrals » Post #8

Sun Dec 18, 2011 02:29 in Success Stories

You can't do anything about people that are truly not interested and make excuses.

There are always people that want to make money but there are not always people willing to read and work to get it.

There are of course, loads of active members in ClixSense. There is a reason for that. They know it's worthy.

You just have to keep on and you'll eventually get referrals that really use the system here and find the worthiness so many others have.

Greeting from Indonesia » Post #2

Sat Dec 17, 2011 21:38 in Member Introduction

Hello and Welcome to the forum. :P

a small request » Post #8

Sat Dec 17, 2011 20:20 in General Talk

Well...at ClixSense anyway, they cannot edit their link. Once they have approved the ad, the ad is available for members to view. The advertiser can pause the ad.
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