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These are PDF files. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader (free) to view them. The number in parenthesis next to the issue date is the size of the file. Greyed out issues are currently not available for download. If you have an issue that is not listed and can supply it in PDF format, we'd really appreciate any help in completing our collection. Contact the Newsletter editor directly at the address on the contacts page.
CAT CHAT -- Message from the Editor
Cat Chat is always looking for new writers and photographers from the Booster Club family. Remember, this is YOUR newsletter. If you would like to submit photos, drawings or articles on any other topic, please contact me at the address on the contacts page. I look forward to hearing from you.
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|February 2007 (633 kb)||January 2011 (3.34 mb)|
|October 2007 (1.9 mb)||February 2011 (7.7 mb)|
|November 2007 (1 mb)||March 2011 (4 mb) New!!|
|December 2007 (1 mb)|
|January 2008 (2 mb)|
|February 2008 (2 mb)|
|August 2010 (928 kb)|
You may approximate download times as follows: A rough estimate is to divide your modem baud rate (14.4, 28.8, or 56) into the number of K the pictures is and multiply by twelve (12) -- the result will tell you how many seconds the file takes to download. Example, 148K/28.8K*12=61.7; therefore the July 2003 issue will take about 62 seconds to download at 28.8K. This method will work for broadband connections as well. A typical DSL line is at least 512K, ISDN 128K, and T1 is 1500K.