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Cats protection

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PinkDiana

PinkDiana Report 9 Jul 2008 19:47

Oh bless!!

They will get used to each other!!

9 months down the line my 2 tolerate each other but the hisses still come from Clic's when Azzie oversteps the mark!! ;O)

Jean (Monmouth)

Jean (Monmouth) Report 9 Jul 2008 19:41

Yes, Mick, have been known to use that kind of language about my animals, too! Jean

Mick from the Bush

Mick from the Bush Report 9 Jul 2008 10:03

Jean - I love the way your thread title cuts off-

"....the little sh..."

Thats just what I call my cat! lol

xxxx mick

Lorraine

Lorraine Report 9 Jul 2008 09:50

Hi jean

Hope she is settling in ok

we got a kitten little girl too a week ago my old boy 15 now is not too impressed, sniffs her and hisses everytime he sees her

so she has had made friends with with my 5yr old shih tzu Milly follows her everywhere and they even curl up together on the sofa.

Sally Moonchild

Sally Moonchild Report 9 Jul 2008 09:45

So glad your new cat has settled in Jean and I wish you and your cats many happy hours in each others' company... I love board members' stories of their animals.....x

Teddys Girl

Teddys Girl Report 9 Jul 2008 09:38

Our little Teddy was found in our garden, by my next door neighbour, when we were on holiday. She rescued him as foxes were about. She already had a cat and was going to take him to Blue Cross. We decided we would have him, took him to Vets and he said he was about 12 weeks old.
It took about eight years for him to trust us, and now at the age of 14, he is so loveable, but still very timid, and runs out when anyone comes.
Only likes my friend who fed him when we went out for the day,

We just do not know what he went through as a kitten, we think he was either dumped or a kitten born out. Suppose he could have been a feral cat.

Have to put so much away each week for his bills.

Mo

Purple **^*Sparkly*^** Diamond

Purple **^*Sparkly*^** Diamond Report 9 Jul 2008 03:59

Jean, I am pleased Lizzie has settled in so well and been accepted by Hamish too, glad she is finding her skittish side and living life to the full now.
Hope you have her and Hamish for many more years.
Lizx

Jean (Monmouth)

Jean (Monmouth) Report 8 Jul 2008 19:43

Update on our rescue cat Lizzie. She has settled in very well, commandeered one of the armchairs for her own and generally made herself comfortable. Hamish has been within six feet of her and used some very rude language ! He has today actually spent half an hour in the same room! Thankfully Lizzie is a very clean little girl and has used her litter tray from the first. She is keeping us amused with her antics, not the quiet cat we were told we were getting! Jean

Maddiecow

Maddiecow Report 28 Jun 2008 20:30

Dont want to talk about my vet bills : ((

We are the last chance saloon so take on those that are normaly missed or difficult to rehome due to medical or social problems etc -although the last pair were from a divorce and were left in a flat one with three legs and one with a nasty temper.

All ours are insured but the insurance limit is reached on our Sasha but as she needs meds everyday we just find a way. They are all happy and full of energy although range from 2 - 11, they all love us back in their own ways - and are fab - just not suitable for a standard home.... but have settled into our madhouse.

Jean (Monmouth)

Jean (Monmouth) Report 28 Jun 2008 20:03

Watch it Mac or you will be ostracised by all cat- lovers! Jean

AnnCardiff

AnnCardiff Report 28 Jun 2008 19:58

My Caddie was a rescue cat, thrown in a skip with him Mum and siblings!! He's gorgeous but for the first three or four days he hid in a corner and wouldn't come out - but eventually he did and now he follows me everywhere and sleeps beside me at night - a great comfort. I don't know what I'd do without him - he's a treasure

Jean (Monmouth)

Jean (Monmouth) Report 28 Jun 2008 19:56

We have always kept cats, but the ones we have rescued tended to be companions when we got them. Wish we could keep more but the vets bills are a bit prohibitive when you are on a pension. Hamish costs us £21 a month for his thyroid pills. Jean

Maddiecow

Maddiecow Report 28 Jun 2008 19:50

Jean they will get there - were have four rescues at the moment and when we got the billy we thought there would never be peace and harmony in our home ever again ........but there is 2 years on they are good freinds it was a long battle though.....

♥**♥Straykitten♥**♥

♥**♥Straykitten♥**♥ Report 28 Jun 2008 19:46

im sure she will settle in just fine hun wil take time thats all for them both to adust

luv
stray
xxx

Jean (Monmouth)

Jean (Monmouth) Report 28 Jun 2008 19:43

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Jean (Monmouth)

Jean (Monmouth) Report 28 Jun 2008 19:37

Have been this afternoon to collect the little she cat that we saw on Thursday.Our old boy needed a companion now his brother has died, and we thought a female would be best. She is 8yrs old, he is 16, but she is a very quiet cat whose elderly owner has died. A very black tortie. She sat on my lap for about 5 mins when I took her out of the travelling cage, and then got down , found her bed, ignored it and hid under the dresser. We havent seen her for the last 3 hrs! Resident cat came and looked at her in the cage, and no hackles rose, and he has looked at her again, but she was the one who spat. I am hopeful they will tolerate one another. Her name was Lizzie, and we shall cal her that. Jean