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Cat age?

  
Mollie

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Purred: Tue Nov 15, '11 9:24am PST 
Anyone know of a way to tell how old a cat is besides examining teeth? I adopted a stray and I have had three different vet opinions, the shelter said "3", my "free vet visit" said "3 or 4", and a different vet a couple weeks later said "1 or 2". Is it stupid to be bothered by the fact I dont know how old my cat is? Ages 1-4 is a big difference in cat years.
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KuJu Ku

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Purred: Tue Jan 10, '12 10:39am PST 
If anyone asks just say 2-4. I think it would be pretty hard to pinpoint. Its only a number and your kitty is beautiful.
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