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Trying to persude parents to have this guy

Discussion in 'Cat Chat' started by jo-pop, Oct 26, 2012.


  1. jo-pop

    jo-pop PetForums VIP

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    #1 jo-pop, Oct 26, 2012
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    Oh god I do have a soft spot for gingers! He is gorgeous! Poor little fella! :(
     
  3. jo-pop

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    Take him! :001_tt1::001_tt1::001_tt1:
     
  4. skip

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    I hope he finds a home soon, its heart breaking there are so many needing homes
     
  5. AlfiesArk

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    You have to get him! he can't be alone and in a cold garage for xmas... he needs a new loving home and an advent to :)
     
  6. jo-pop

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    I can't get him myself. My parents have 2 cats at their house, the lost one to old age about a year ago. So theres a gap in the house for this guy right..?
     
  7. Oscars mam

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    I really can't or I would! Oscar would take a fit as well as the hubby:eek: I really hope someone will though!

    ( oscars not too happy at the mo he keeps pooing in the bath :( something is obviously bothering him, I need to find out what! )
     
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    Poor little man. Why is he in the garage???? If they are feeding him, why cant he be in the house????
     
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    I assume there could be a number of reasons - the people could be very allergic; they may be have dogs like greyhounds who are prey driven; they may have an FIV positive cat; they may not actually like cats; they may have very young children and don't want to get them attached and then give him away - all sorts of reasons.
     
  10. AlfiesArk

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    There's room... give them the sob story... the big teary eyes and then show them the pic :)
     
  11. jo-pop

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    He's not their cat from what I can tell, they are just feeding him and trying to help him out. As Spid says, many reasons.

    Thankfully he is being fed and kept dry but poor boy...
     
  12. monkeymummy32

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    Ahh he is such a handsome boy! Keep working on your parents....there definately sounds to be a cat shaped hole in their lives right now which would be perfect for Wilson! :)
     
  13. merlin12

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    What an extremely handsome cat. People we have another mission now that Moo Moo has a home, maybe we can get another happy ending for this little fella.
     
  14. merlin12

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    yep something is up.
     
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