No man is defeated without until he has first been defeated within. - Eleanor Roosevelt
Question #41547 posted on 12/14/2007 3:01 a.m.

Dear 100 Hour Board and Mike Vick the Convict,

In response to Board Question #41428, I have actually heard quite differently. In my family of origin, we have had two cats for quite a while. They have both spent every single night outside for years (minus the pound for one night). Once, while giving them their yearly rabies shots, we asked the nice guy from the Humane Society if there were any adverse effects of doing this. He said that as long as they went out on a very regular basis, there was nothing detrimental to the cat's health or well-being, because their fur would grow or fall off to accommodate for it without any effort on the part of the cats. Hope that helps!

- Scallion #1