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Discussion in 'Cat Chat' started by stevenco, Mar 28, 2011.


  1. stevenco

    stevenco PetForums Junior

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    the people next door got 3 kittens about 2 months ago now the kids are bored of them they just live in the back garden all day and night pooing all over the place in my garden and i have to go out every day to pick it up and throw it back over:rolleyes::.

    i don't see water are food and we have had some very hot days.

    we don't get on with them to talk to.

    i have loads of food that my two don't like but i don't want to feed them cos when i put my two in the cat run there cats are always around.

    what should i do cos
     
  2. dagny0823

    dagny0823 PetForums VIP

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    Probably not the best advice, since I'm a big softie, but I'd feed them anyway and give them water. I can't stand to see anything mistreated and I would hope they'd wander over since they've been forgotten at home. But that's just me.
     
  3. Abster21

    Abster21 PetForums Junior

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    Firstly, do the kittens look very thin? If so they are being neglected and I would report your neighbour so they can be rescued if no longer loved.

    To fix your problem, maybe you could stop them coming to your garden by putting up a barrier / filling any gaps in fences etc?
     
  4. carly87

    carly87 PetForums VIP

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    I have to say, I'm just as soft. Part of the reason I'm glad to be blind sometimes, as if I could see some of the conditions neighbouring animals were kept in, I'm sure I'd have a house full of them in no time!

    To the OP, if you're really worried about them, then the RSPCA is your best bet.
     
  5. catbird8

    catbird8 PetForums Member

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    i would feed them but defo tell the rspca. mind you the rspca wont come out unless the kittens are half dead!:rolleyes::
     
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