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#836660 - 12th Nov 2013 7:42pm 're home my lovely cat
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Can any one help I need my loving cat 're homeing due to Baby On the way so I want my lovely little cat to go to a good home where she will be loved as much as she is now. We got her from the rspca so she has had all her jabs,she is a really nice black and white cat called repunzel she is nearly 2years old so she got loads of life in her I really love this cat and I am not a cat person lol so can someone take her I don't want her going back in the rspca as they r to full anyway thanks frown 07564469328 (also litter trained)


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#836664 - 12th Nov 2013 7:57pm Re: 're home my lovely cat [Re: Jingojay]
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Nice ginger beard Haha ask your Daniel to take her he needs a pussy
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#836666 - 12th Nov 2013 8:01pm Re: 're home my lovely cat [Re: Jingojay]
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Ha I no it's the closest he will get to one but no I need someone to look after her gutted she is going like

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#836673 - 12th Nov 2013 8:08pm Re: 're home my lovely cat [Re: Jingojay]
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why do you need 2 get rid of your cat, just because there is a Baby on the way?????????

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#836685 - 12th Nov 2013 8:40pm Re: 're home my lovely cat [Re: queenie]
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Found her asleep in the Baby's crib a few times just don't want it happening when he's hear

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#836699 - 12th Nov 2013 9:17pm Re: 're home my lovely cat [Re: Jingojay]
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Sorry to play devils advocate here, but could you not make reasonable adjustments in the home, say close the door to prevent the cat from entering the area where the Baby is?

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#836702 - 12th Nov 2013 9:41pm Re: 're home my lovely cat [Re: LittleFoote]
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We tried that but it's at night when we asleep and I don't shut the door as I have a 6 year old who is up and down all nyt lol I see ya point tho


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#836720 - 13th Nov 2013 12:33am Re: 're home my lovely cat [Re: Jingojay]
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Makes me so angry when I see people getting rid of cats because of babies. I am pregnant now and I would never get rid of my cats they are a part of the family.

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#836722 - 13th Nov 2013 12:41am Re: 're home my lovely cat [Re: Elyth]
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Who asked u? I am just trying to 're home my cat so if u cent help keep ya stupid thorts to ya self (some people)

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#836724 - 13th Nov 2013 2:08am Re: 're home my lovely cat [Re: Jingojay]
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Hi all, Need to re home my two year old son. He's nappy trained and polite etc. The problem is I'm getting a dog for Christmas.

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#836725 - 13th Nov 2013 2:40am Re: 're home my lovely cat [Re: Jingojay]
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These will solve the problem you mentioned , so you dont have to part with your family pet unless of course you really dont want her for other reasons.

.http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/like/300729525803?lpid=83&device=c&adtype=pla&crdt=0&ff3=1&ff11=ICEP3.0.0&ff12=67&ff13=80&ff14=83&ff19=0

http://www.mothercare.com/Mothercare-Cat-Net/755897,default,pd.html




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#836726 - 13th Nov 2013 3:22am Re: 're home my lovely cat [Re: Jingojay]
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Well people always find the easy way out, why didn't you think in advance. Now you are going to cause unnecessary distress to this poor animal who already lost an owner if you say the cat is from the rspca.

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#836736 - 13th Nov 2013 8:18am Re: 're home my lovely cat [Re: Jingojay]
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Severoony what a Muppet u need help and don't any of u people get it I just need to re home my cat I am sori I asked now didn't no how many New idiots have joined this site :\

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#836814 - 13th Nov 2013 2:54pm Re: 're home my lovely cat [Re: Jingojay]
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We are not idiots, some people just like to look out for the best interest of animals and promoting responsible ownership. Getting an animal should be for life, not just until it suits you. People need to realise this. That's why there is so many abandoned cats and dogs.

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#836818 - 13th Nov 2013 3:03pm Re: 're home my lovely cat [Re: Jingojay]
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to all the muppets giving jingojay grief, if you knew anything you would know that it is not advisable to have cats around when there is a Baby.
Cats can lie on peoples faces whilst asleep therefore being a danger to a Baby.

If the guy kept his cat you would still give him shit.

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