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Definition of solution - a means of solving a problem or dealing with a difficult situation.
 
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Sir Issac Newton invented which device for his feline friends?
 


Only One Of The Following 4 Is Correct:
1. the swinging cat door
2. the litterbox
3. the scratching post
4. cat collars

Interesting Info:
He also loved a little dog called Diamond. It was often said that he preferred animals to people.


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