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IronPony

Poor Cat Can't Find a Place to dig

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We got a little snow here in northwest Minnesota last night. All I have to shovel now is a way to the garage to get to my tractor and snow blower. Poor cat wanted out but could not go anywhere to dig. He went in the litter box;)

Dan Martin, I got to thinking last night and and since I keep that area plowed - YES that is ALL new snow. Also, the weather was a little off, it was -25 at 7am this morning.

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LOL same here in boston area, every storm I got to go out and plow a way to the greenhouse for the cat, he hates to get his paws wet and his outside litter box is in there. Gets pretty warm prob 70ish in the sun. Wife thinks i am crazy, but what else is new :D

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Martin, That snow is on top of about 2 to 3 inches of old snow. We got about 20 to 24 inches. The weather man said it was the most snow for one event since 1997 for this area. It has also been at zero and below for several days. Forecast is for -18 tonight. Not as cold as your hometown but still cold.xx( Dan Update: 7am saw -25 here. The weather man was a little off. Correction, that is all new snow. Forgot that the area in the picture is a plowed area so there was no old snow there.:I

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