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Question by Cee Jay: should my cat vibarate so much that it sounds like its going to blow up?
basically i found an abandoned kitten, thought to be about 11 weeks. i do know the previous owner. and i know the cat was mistreated, its very skinny, and it was out in the rain for 3 nights while the owner went camping, it was crying and scratching at my mates door, so he took her/him in, and phoned me and i came and got the little thing…..and now the cat will come up to me and stuff and cuddle in, but it vibirates nearly all the time to the point it feels like its going to explode.

anyone know why????is there something wrong????

yes she/he does not look in any pain. its playing around like mad, jumping up and giving me and my daughter cuddles. we also have a 8 month old puppy and they seem to really like each other

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Answer by Zyggy
Vibrating? You mean …like when it purrs? Or is it actually shaking like there is something wrong with it, like it make be cold or in pain? You may need to take him in to the vet if it’s something that seems abnormal.

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Question by Brian: Which Would Be Cheaper?
I wanna trip around Europe one summer! I wanna just fly into one city, and rent a car and drive to different countries! But I heard gas is really expensive! I heard in Europe it’s best to travel by train! So how much would trains cost, and how much money would I safe! I’m interested on flying into Warsaw, and visiting the Balkan area! Would train be best? I’m more interested in national parks and nature rather then cities, so do trains go basicaly anywhere in Europe! And if not, could I just go to the major cities, and take a bus to national parks! Or maybe just rent a car in one country! Would this be neccessary, or can I get anywhere by public transportation!

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Answer by Orla C
Wow! You like your !!!!s, don’t you?!!!

In addition to expensive fuel for your hire car, you’d need to understand the basics of several languages, and to drive a stick shift car as automatic cars are not commonplace in Europe, and really it would be a nuisance to have to pay for parking as well.

Trains are good for getting to many places, it’s also possible to use local and regional buses, and if push comes to shove you can always rent a scooter/mini motorbike at a fraction of the cost of renting a car. I’m sure it’s also possible to take a coach tour into national parks and nature reserves.

However, every country is different. Ireland, for example, does not have a good public transport system, so that’s one place you would need a rental car for the most interesting and remote places. A few years ago I took a bus in Hungary from Budapest city centre to the Statue Park which is a few miles outside of the city – okay, it wasn’t a nature reserve, but it was accessible by public transport.

I think your best bet would be your public library, go in and get travel guide books to Europe and start reading up on how to get around, and what you might like to see.

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