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Found a Cat/Kitten

Discussion in 'Toke N Talk' started by SirGreenThumb, Aug 13, 2013.


    SirGreenThumb Well-Known Member

    Came home to find a kitten on my porch so I fed him some wet food and gave him fresh water. Going to take him to the animal adoption tomorrow. He is a really sweet cat and seems to take to people very well, he even plays fetch. I have also been trying to figure out what type of cat he is and cant figure it out. He looks like some sort of oriental type mix with american short hair.
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    lahadaextranjera Well-Known Member

    Really cute! You should announce with the local rescue (in case he's reported missing) that you have him and try and keep him!!

    BarnBuster Virtually Unknown Member

    Make sure your animal adoption place has a no kill policy. Many don't. If that's your lap he's sleeping on, I bet you keep him:)

    CrixMix Member

    Just keep it dude, a big bag of cat food is only 10 bucks.

    gioua Well-Known Member

    then add cat litter.. cat toys.. vet bills.. licensing and finally another cat to play with this cat..

    SirGreenThumb Well-Known Member

    I am taking him to a no kill shelter and I can't keep him I have 2 cats already " both males ". I'm sure he will go to a great home since he takes to people so quickly and his personality gives him a nice advantage.

    RPM371 Well-Known Member

    I saved 3 baby kittens that were found in a horse trailer. The guy was going to kill them and I just couldn't let him. I took them home and bottle fed them. 2 died but one Tom survived. That cat turned out to be the Spawn of Satan. He shredded my leather recliner, sprayed my big screen and refused to use a litter box instead of the carpet. I tried to make him an outdoor cat but he would not come out from under the house for food or water. Since I didn't want a dead cat stinking things up, I had to go in after him and pull him out. On top of that, he fell into the bathtub one day and broke his leg at the hip. 6 months later he ran out from behind a door to attack me and I accidentally stepped on him breaking it again. The vet gave me a "yeah, right" and was convinced I was torturing this cat. Trust me it was the other way around. I wound up taking him to the animal shelter and told them it was a stray.

    see4 Well-Known Member

    Animals in general, especially cats, are very adaptive.

    SirGreenThumb Well-Known Member

    I refused to keep this cat that we found simply for the fact that for the past 5 years I have had cats and they really get on my nerves. We have them trained and all that jazz, but cats are assholes and I refuse to have another one. It doesn't change that I felt the kitten needed to be adopted, since he seemed like a pretty smart decent cat, but I had also seen him spray and that isn't happening in my house. We let him run free until Thursday when we were able to take him to the shelter. They said he was 6 months. I don't believe that, but whatever it's no longer my problem. My fiancée cried when we gave him up. Lol
    Blue Wizard

    Blue Wizard Well-Known Member

    Looks like one of the kittens my cat had.

    ElfoodStampo Well-Known Member

    I hear Chinese food restaurants pay top dollar for beef/chicken/shrimp/pork like that.
    You should weigh your options heavily.bongsmilie

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