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tiny tiny chinchilla needs home,

Discussion in 'Cat Chat' started by colliemerles, Jul 24, 2013.


  1. colliemerles

    colliemerles PetForums VIP

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    'May not be completely healthy'......err, what does the vet say? Fancy trying to sell the poor little thing for £200!
     
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    i am actually speachless !!! you can see how tiny it is !!!! some people !!!!!:mad:...:mad:...
     
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    yes poor baby indeed, looks much to small to be going any where.and a vet check should be made to find out what is wrong !!!!
     
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    :mad: :mad: :mad: :mad: people .......I don't know why I continue to be surprised :( poor baby :(
     
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    I thought the same thing. She's beautiful, poor thing! I hope the right person takes her so she stands a chance.
     
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    #10 colliemerles, Jul 25, 2013
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    Aww :( not sure how genuine it is though as one advert says £200 one says £0 :confused:
     
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    Second advert says "while she is still here". Why on earth would you try and rehome a kitten you didn't think was going to survive. Poor little thing.
     
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    Of course it's the same people! The description is exactly the same :(
     
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    The pictures are obviously from the original advert which states kittens so it almost definitely is not a picture of the one that is left
     
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    Hmmm, i smell a bit of a rat here. Its definilty not the same kitten in the photos, and the 2nd batch of photos look far more professional than the first 2.

    My sister in law has been stung on sites like these before, to be fair she did pay for the kitten before going to view it :confused::eek::huh:
    but it turned out there was no kitten and she got fleeced out of a lot of money. Not saying anyone on the forum would do that but you have got to be mindful of scammers....!

    It could be perfectly genuine but it smells a bit fishy to me....
     
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    I think the more professional looking photos of older kittens are the kits the breeder said would be available for homing from 21st July. The other photos are of the tiny kitten who has the health problems.

    It sounds genuine to me, but I think it is very cynical of her to try and sell the little mite who has health issues. Either she should keep her, or donate her to a Shelter who would arrange to have her fostered with an experienced carer.

    I don't see how anyone could get *scammed* as they would not be handing over cash until they had the kitten anyway.:confused:
     
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    The tiny kitten is free to a home, she was hand reared and still quite tiny for her age, she has a viewing sunday so i hope its a nice home. (not me i may add but i did email the owner).
     
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    OMG if I were closer I'd jolly well go and get her, hand over the money then say a few home truths...

    She is so tiny, she needs proper medical attention and round the clock care..


    Now I'm off to swear in a field
     
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    update: the kitten is £200 not free to a good home, seems money is now more important than a home.:(
     
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    :mad:..:mad:..:mad:..Some b*##~* people !!!! if they are unsure of its health they should keep it, or GIVE it to someone who is willing to care properly for it for the rest of its life !!!!:mad:...
     
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