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Because native fauna are over-rated

By krasny 20 November 2011 2

If you live in North Lyneham, and are missing an unmicrochipped, un-desexed, collarless ginger tom kitten (maybe 4-6 months old?), you should give the RSPCA a call. We dropped him off this evening after he wandered into the yard and then into the house, where I would have been happy to keep him if I had any hope that he’d been vaccinated.

Otherwise, he’ll make a lovely pet for a responsible person once he’s been snipped, chipped and jabbed. Once he got over his shock at capture, he turned out to be a pretty smoochy little fellow.

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krasny 8:38 pm 20 Nov 11

Padoof said :

Adopt him from the RSPCA yourselves! … 🙂

I would, but we shouldn’t have the one we’ve got, and there isn’t really room for another kitty anyway :-/ I’d love for him to live with us, he looks like the brothers of the cat we adopted in Queensland.

Padoof 2:36 pm 20 Nov 11

Adopt him from the RSPCA yourselves!

Our second cat made his way into our lives the same way; he was a very friendly, young tom cat (maybe about 9 months old) who often came by. Mr Padoof nabbed him one day, dropped him off to the RSPCA and said we’d adopt him if no-one else did. No-one claimed him, so home with us he came.

Please let us know if you do 🙂

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