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#588786 - 25th Sep 2011 4:11pm cat free to good home
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hi i have a lovely tabby cat that i can no longer keep,the kids are starting to get a bit rough with her and she@s a lovely cat so i dont think she deserves that,she is fully house trained and loves people,so if you can re home her that would be great.thanks.

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#588787 - 25th Sep 2011 4:13pm Re: cat free to good home [Re: pokerchamp]
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any pics?
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#588792 - 25th Sep 2011 4:25pm Re: cat free to good home [Re: Tombraider]
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hi i havent got a clue how to Upload pics onto here!!!i can email them to you if thats any good!!

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#588793 - 25th Sep 2011 4:29pm Re: cat free to good home [Re: pokerchamp]
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okay i will pm you it.
give me details off age and vets etc?


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#588794 - 25th Sep 2011 4:33pm Re: cat free to good home [Re: pokerchamp]
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pmd you now.
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#588806 - 25th Sep 2011 4:55pm Re: cat free to good home [Re: pokerchamp]
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hi i havent got a clue how to upload pics onto here!!!i can email them to you if thats any good!!
http://www.wikiwirral.co.uk/forums/ubbth...html#Post557904
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#588818 - 25th Sep 2011 5:35pm Re: cat free to good home [Re: pokerchamp]
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Hi how old is she?

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#588891 - 25th Sep 2011 7:56pm Re: cat free to good home [Re: pokerchamp]
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Originally Posted By: pokerchamp
hi i have a lovely tabby cat that i can no longer keep,the kids are starting to get a bit rough with her and she@s a lovely cat so i dont think she deserves that,she is fully house trained and loves people,so if you can re home her that would be great.thanks.



In light of recent contentious threads, where the giving away for free of pets was decried as unthinking, unkind and possibly even cruel, might I offer a suggestion that might solve the issue for you.

Get yourself a sack and a couple of bricks, or other suitable weight, and nip down to the prom, ensuring the tide is in, or if the timing isn't convenient, the docks.

When there, and hopefully being unobserved, wouldn't want a messy rescue attempt by some interfering pensioner, shove the kids in the sack, tie the top securely and then proceed to throw it in.

You know it's the right thing to do, the animal lovers, and the especially the cat, will thank you for it.

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#588966 - 25th Sep 2011 9:27pm Re: cat free to good home [Re: Silverback]
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Originally Posted By: Silverback
Originally Posted By: pokerchamp
hi i have a lovely tabby cat that i can no longer keep,the kids are starting to get a bit rough with her and she@s a lovely cat so i dont think she deserves that,she is fully house trained and loves people,so if you can re home her that would be great.thanks.



In light of recent contentious threads, where the giving away for free of pets was decried as unthinking, unkind and possibly even cruel, might I offer a suggestion that might solve the issue for you.

Get yourself a sack and a couple of bricks, or other suitable weight, and nip down to the prom, ensuring the tide is in, or if the timing isn't convenient, the docks.

When there, and hopefully being unobserved, wouldn't want a messy rescue attempt by some interfering pensioner, shove the kids in the sack, tie the top securely and then proceed to throw it in.

You know it's the right thing to do, the animal lovers, and the especially the cat, will thank you for it.

laugh crazy Excellent

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#593964 - 4th Oct 2011 2:26pm Re: cat free to good home [Re: pokerchamp]
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see you tomorrow for my homecheck, i will pm you my ADDRESS!
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#594092 - 4th Oct 2011 6:09pm Re: cat free to good home [Re: Silverback]
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Originally Posted By: Silverback
Originally Posted By: pokerchamp
hi i have a lovely tabby cat that i can no longer keep,the kids are starting to get a bit rough with her and she@s a lovely cat so i dont think she deserves that,she is fully house trained and loves people,so if you can re home her that would be great.thanks.



In light of recent contentious threads, where the giving away for free of pets was decried as unthinking, unkind and possibly even cruel, might I offer a suggestion that might solve the issue for you.

Get yourself a sack and a couple of bricks, or other suitable weight, and nip down to the prom, ensuring the tide is in, or if the timing isn't convenient, the docks.

When there, and hopefully being unobserved, wouldn't want a messy rescue attempt by some interfering pensioner, shove the kids in the sack, tie the top securely and then proceed to throw it in.

You know it's the right thing to do, the animal lovers, and the especially the cat, will thank you for it.



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