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Post by Natsuko on Mon Aug 31, 2009 2:40 pm

Well I think its safe to say my two love my next door neighbours cat, everytime she comes into the garden they are straight after her, luckily she is a friendly little thing who actually puts up with them following her about and stroking her. We gave her some Turkey ham earlier both kids were feeding her although they cried when she accidently caught their fingers with her teeth. I feel sorry for the cat though as she has had at least 3 litters of kittens and is no doubt preg again and she is such a skinny little thing and barely in the house. Her boobs feel really full but surely she cant still be feeding kittens that are approx 8-12wks old? If I didnt have my dog Id be tempted to get a kitten for the kids but then I wonder if its such a good idea as the poor thing would be hounded 24/7 and I dont think I'd feel right having a cat around the new baby. Might keep eyes peeled for a friendly cat free to good home suppose that is an optoin.

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Post by elaine on Mon Aug 31, 2009 5:39 pm

thats a shame isnt it Sad

you reminded me...there was a ginger cat here yesterday poor little thing was running away from getting humped by the big fat cat whos always eating the mice up here. i opened the door cos the poor thing was "crying " same as you i gave it some meat to eat and a fresh drink and she came in the door for a stroke...taylor was a little scraed but this poor cat couldnt have been all that old she still had the kitten face iykwim. why people dont look after them i dunno...

p.s im the same browsing gumtree looking for one but it would wanna eat tinkerbell no doubt PMSL

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Post by Natsuko on Mon Aug 31, 2009 5:45 pm

Well I'm not 100% sure but I think next door want rid of the poor thing, dunno why as she is a lovely cat, might have to see if she is cos if she just wants a new home for her then I'll take her on doubt the cat would take much persuasion to move in with us lol she is already trying to get into the house with us. One thing I would do though is get her ruddy neutered as feel sorry for her having litter after litter its not on esp when you can get it done for bloody free.

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Post by kirsty on Mon Aug 31, 2009 6:24 pm

poor wee cat

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