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I am Dory

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by DoryTheKitten, Dec 4, 2020.


  1. DoryTheKitten

    DoryTheKitten PetForums Newbie

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    Hi. I am Dory and I am 2 weeks old kitten (my human dad soon to be is writing this)
    There is no much to tell about me right now but I will update you all soon with more, and pretty sure my human dad is gonna need some help from this community since apparently I am the first kitten pet for him to have.
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    I have instagram and YouTube channel also, and here is the video of me.
    It is pleasure to be here.

     
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  2. niamh123

    niamh123 PetForums VIP

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    Hello and welcome to Dory and her Dad:)
     
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  3. mrs phas

    mrs phas karma is a funny old thing

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    What a cutie pie you are Dory
    Your dad is very lucky
    Welcome to you both
    Dory's dad, how are you going to spend the next 9/10 weeks, until she's ready to come home! Such excitement!
     
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  4. DoryTheKitten

    DoryTheKitten PetForums Newbie

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    Thank you both. I can't wait. I am a bit nervous because I live in third floor apartment but living room has goot all glass facade with view for the kitten, but access to garden is only via Lifts and staircase with Fire Doors. Already browsing for toys in Amazon for Dory to have everything ready. Will need lot of advices from you guys here. Thanks again.
     
  5. Jackie C

    Jackie C Cat slave

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    Cats and kittens are often fine and happy kept inside all the time. If they have never experienced going outside, they can't miss it. They just need extra play and stimulation for all the energy they have.

    Welcome to the forum!
     
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  6. DoryTheKitten

    DoryTheKitten PetForums Newbie

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    That's great to know. In my family home where I grew up we had cats but it was a rural area and we had a large garden, cats used to be outsite all the time. Apartment is a bit different. And thank you soo much.
     
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