A state trooper stopped by a couple of days ago. Someone turned me in because of the cats. I suspect my sister because of all the estate trouble, but thats another story. I can't prove it anyhow. The complaint was little kids(mine are 18 and 20) unsanitary conditions. He came and asked how many I had. Told me there was no law against having 20 cats in the house if I wanted to. I explained my "youngest" was 18 and autistic. He came in the house, and his jaw dropped. He said,"wow, you really do keep your house clean. He asked how many litters and I told him nine. That's why everything stays clean. They're filtered or cleaned twice a day! Thats why the house stays clean. It could also everything is laundered, vacuumed, dusted,mopped etc...daily. He wanted to take a look at my daughter, and there she was in her room doing excercise to music. Thank goodness he didn't look in my sons room. He's 20, and I won't clean it anymore, or do his laundry. Needless to say it looks like a pigs sty and smells like a barn. No one sees in because he has dark sheets on his windows. Anyone else get a trooper visit on their animals. This is number three in about fifteen years. They come, they see, they can never do anything because I keep a clean house! Yes, the boys go outside. Apparently, I seem to have enemys(sp?)When I sell them to good homes, I've found people with 2 horses, 5 dogs 8cats already, not to mention asst. guina pigs and fish. One lady bought 2 of them and came back the 2nd day for the other one. She had 8 already, and figured that way her husband would never know the difference.
What a happy 'cat family' you truly are!