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Kitten season

Discussion in 'Cat Chat' started by GSDlover4ever, Jun 14, 2010.


  1. GSDlover4ever

    GSDlover4ever PetForums VIP

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    wow why cant people neutar they cats :frown:
     
  3. Dally Banjo

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    75 :scared: & thats just the start :(
     
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    its quite sad
     
  5. GSDlover4ever

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    You would think people would learn wouldn't you!

    I don't think the 75 total includes the mother or the other cats that have been brought into the rescue.
     
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    I noticed on my Facebook page that a local Group i belong to where you can buy and sell childrens clothes that someone is offering 2 kittens free to a good home so i assumed it had.
     
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    Cross posted from another forum!


    We actually provide vouchers to get your cat neutered and micro-chipped free of charge to ANYONE regardless of income just because we are so full of kittens every year.

    RSPCA Macclesfield SE Cheshire & Buxton Branch

    to my knowledge the above rescue is the one that neuters any cats.....


    So in some areas their really isn't an excuse not to neuter, especially if it is done for free.
     
  8. Dally Banjo

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    Our RSPCA shop gives out vouchers to people & they still dont bother takeing their cats to be done :mad: I suppose I'l be rounding up abandond kittens again soon people dump them at the beach :eek: :incazzato:
     
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    *resists urge to run to shelter and nab some kitties*

    I really dont understand why people dont neuter, in the long run it costs you less than looking after baby kittens anyway!!
     
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