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Temporary home for my kitten?

Discussion in 'Cat Chat' started by Alice961, May 25, 2017.


  1. Alice961

    Alice961 PetForums Newbie

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    I recently found a kitten and after a long hard think and a few cuddles I fell in love with her.
    Sadly I am moving home in July and then again in September and the home in between won't allow me to have her.
    I am looking for someone to have her July till September as I really don't want to re home her.
    I am located in oxford/white

    Any advice.
     
  2. catcoonz

    catcoonz PetForums VIP

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    Oxford is my area.
    Can you give more details on age, vaccinations, neuter etc please.
     
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  3. Temporally_Loopy

    Temporally_Loopy PetForums Member

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    You don't say whether you already have the kitten at home with you, or whether you are planning to get the kitten, or how old she is? There are others who are very experienced cat owners and breeders on his site who will give you loads of advice but, to me, it seems a very long time (July to September) to hand over a kitten to someone else to, in effect, rear and bond with.
     
  4. Alice961

    Alice961 PetForums Newbie

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    She's 8/9 weeks now.
    She's due to have first vaccination tomorrow.
    She's to young to be done.
     
  5. Alice961

    Alice961 PetForums Newbie

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    Yes I'm aware it's a long time but we rescued her from horrible home so she's very connected with myself and partner.
    Yes we already have the kitten. We've had her 3 weeks or so.
    She's such a sweet little vat and id be sad to see her go.
     
  6. Smuge

    Smuge PetForums VIP

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    If you have had 3 weeks it may be kinder to let her settle into a new home permanently. But i can see why this would be tough for you, I have had Tali 2 weeks and it would kill me to give her up
     
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