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marleyboo
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self employed artist painting/sculpture

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marleyboo

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marleyboo was last seen:
Aug 28, 2013
    1. lymorelynn
      lymorelynn
      I love your new signature pic :D
    2. PetloverJo
      PetloverJo
      That's so good to hear.:) Unfortunately due to these pictures you've posted, Collie Merles has posted and Paul Maine Coon, I will be in a similar position myself in April as I managed to convince my husband to let me have another cat:D Pics on my recent thread:)
    3. PetloverJo
      PetloverJo
      Hello. How are Marley and Maximus getting along?
    4. raggie doll
      raggie doll
      hun i know what you mean, it is disgusting and i swear these people need their insides gutted out. Bless her what a trooper what did the vet say
    5. raggie doll
      raggie doll
      Glad all went well, no worries i knew you would be worried bless her such strong little babies aren't they xx
    6. bluepersianlover
      bluepersianlover
      Dont beat ya sen up about it i know it must be difficult but u will all cope with this and come out the othe other side. But keep strong and that will keep marley going too. postive thinking counts for a lot.
    7. raggie doll
      raggie doll
      lol well clearly he loves her just doesn't want to admit it lol
      listen i know what you mean i am selfish i keep them in lol but i love them so much and can't let anything happen when dex frst came after a couple of months he decided to jump out the attic window i swear the mixed emotions of anger and worry were extreme lol luckily all he got was a cut lip and the little bugger jumped out the bathroom window as well now im paranoid about windows lol

      The eyes could be med reaction well im sure she is fine she has got through the worst part thank god she has you
    8. raggie doll
      raggie doll
      she is doing so well, it could be brain damage but it could be that she isnt at her best right now probably really sore and slight pain but being a cat she is insisting on doing tthe things she normally does we know better hence why she fell over.
      Its a good thing you worry about her like this cause she is your baby but she had a lucky escape here there will be a lot of healing but she still going give her some time to heal properly then see if she jumps normally.

      So many of us have let our cats out what you dont know then is that its 50/50 something will happen, i have been lucky but dont let mine out anymore anyway for fear of london chavs doing something lol
    9. raggie doll
      raggie doll
      hey hun how are you and Marley baby doing
    10. bluepersianlover
      bluepersianlover
      Hiya, how's Marley doing?
    11. colliemerles
      colliemerles
      thank you for your nice comments, my tortie, my chocolate and my lilac cats are British short hair variants, meaning,they have long hair instead of short as the parents carried the long hair gene, but they still have all the same paperwork . the ginger/red kitten on my profile pics is a maine coon i am getting very soon. Lorraine
    12. bluepersianlover
      bluepersianlover
      Omg it doesn't bare thinking about, in a way thank god u were there. I welled up when I seen what happened. God I would have gone mad. It once happened to a friend of my I was dropping her after work and the car in front hit her cat, it was like watching in slow motion and being totally helpless. Sadly he wasn't so lucky but the guy who ran over him had his child in the car it was horrible my friend was trying to be ok in front of the child as she was in a mess. It's very hard to deal with. Just wanted u to know I was thinking about u!! Love to Marley
    13. bluepersianlover
      bluepersianlover
      hi, hope marley recovers give him a cuddle from me. i can only image how u feel, it must be horrible, poor little mite. As for the sick b*tch 4 doors down, like u say karma has a way of turning round and biting you on the arse.
    14. MoggyBaby
      MoggyBaby
      Oh that is really good to hear!!! She deffo is one lucky little (nearly) black cat!!!!! Big hugs to both of you. :)
    15. MoggyBaby
      MoggyBaby
      Hey hun, how is the gorgeous little girl doing today? Was the vet visit a positive one? :)
    16. Sampuppy
      Sampuppy
      Have only just read about Marley - glad everything is going well. Fingers are crossed for you both in the coming weeks!!
    17. raggie doll
      raggie doll
      thanks hun he is doing better now really scared me though. How is Marley doing big huggles to her from us
    18. raggie doll
      raggie doll
      i know its heart breaking just glad my rescue is a good one its tiny ine woman and her fosterers obviously but she takes in all the hard cases. Animal [planet is dangerous and those vet shows they cut me up
    19. marleyboo
      marleyboo
      aaww that must be horrible :( my o/h laughs at me as soon as hes in bed at 9 :) i pop animal planet on lol the stories there are so sad im always blubbering :( atleast your kittys have you they are very lucky xx
    20. raggie doll
      raggie doll
      i know what you mean hun its heart breaking my feral fosters have bite marks scratches and burn marks and one of them is so terrified of everything breaks my heart. At least Marley has her mummy the meds should make her feel all relaxed and no pain thank the universe she is ok though so lucky
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    Location:
    wales
    Occupation:
    self employed artist painting/sculpture
    i am a busy mum of two little ones and ofcourse my beautiful persian/russian blue marley xx

    i have many hobbies! most include fund raising, gym(though i dont go as much as i should!)and ofcourse my family

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