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Kitten found in Forde

By cring 14 November 2013 33

KITTEN (FOUND): Found in backyard of a property on Foy St in Forde at 5:30 on 13 November.

Long haired grey tabby with white socks, white nose and white trim around eyes.

Possibly Female – unconfirmed. Yet to be scanned for a microchip – will be doing so today as part of a vet check up.

No collar. Very small – probably no more than 6-8 weeks of age. Please call Cathy on 0423 244 084 if this is your kitten.

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Grrrr 4:22 pm 15 Nov 13

zorro29 said :

and Grrrr, dog poo actually does pose a threat to our wildlife when it runs into stormwater drains polluting the place (not to mention unsightly, unhygienic, and shoe-stepping bad)

You are SO grasping at straws.

Mike Bessenger 12:02 pm 15 Nov 13

High chance it’s a wild cat. Drown it before it breeds.

Only joking, take it to the pound and let them put it down.

maxblues 11:20 am 15 Nov 13

zorro29 said :

KB1971 said :

zorro29 said :

switch said :

Pass the popcorn: it’s on again and here we go!

Ha, I know. I knew my comment about liking cats would somehow poke the bear (heaven help me for preferring cats to dogs)…but I can’t help myself.

Here at RA, even a post about a lost kitten results in a barney.

Everyone drink some warm milk right meow!

Now all we need is to have a cyling cat that holds all the traffic up all the time, that will get the trolls into a frenzy!

I have it: cyclist cat who eats wildlife for fun and washes windscreens or chugs in sparetime!! (and doesn’t take EFTPOS)

and Grrrr, dog poo actually does pose a threat to our wildlife when it runs into stormwater drains polluting the place (not to mention unsightly, unhygienic, and shoe-stepping bad)

Let’s just say I know more responsible cat owners than dog owners…more dogs make themselves known with their incessant barking.

Cat poo spreads toxoplasmosis, dog poo doesn’t.

zorro29 10:56 am 15 Nov 13

KB1971 said :

zorro29 said :

switch said :

Pass the popcorn: it’s on again and here we go!

Ha, I know. I knew my comment about liking cats would somehow poke the bear (heaven help me for preferring cats to dogs)…but I can’t help myself.

Here at RA, even a post about a lost kitten results in a barney.

Everyone drink some warm milk right meow!

Now all we need is to have a cyling cat that holds all the traffic up all the time, that will get the trolls into a frenzy!

I have it: cyclist cat who eats wildlife for fun and washes windscreens or chugs in sparetime!! (and doesn’t take EFTPOS)

and Grrrr, dog poo actually does pose a threat to our wildlife when it runs into stormwater drains polluting the place (not to mention unsightly, unhygienic, and shoe-stepping bad)

Let’s just say I know more responsible cat owners than dog owners…more dogs make themselves known with their incessant barking.

Grrrr 10:38 am 15 Nov 13

zorro29 said :

thank you darling….and dogs don’t hunt things? or leave their droppings/urine all over streets??

all cat owners I know have their pets inside – hence the curfew – read your own post

dogs annoy me, cats don’t….get over it

Sounds like you know a very small portion of the ACT’s cat owners because there are many cats allowed to roam.

Dog “droppings/urine” poses little threat to our wildlife, especially not to birds. Dogs are also much less likely to be allowed to roam freely around the neighbourhood. Of course dogs shouldn’t be allowed to kill wildlife – no one is suggesting that.

As for “getting over it” – as the dog said to the doctor: Physician, heel thyself!

KB1971 10:27 am 15 Nov 13

zorro29 said :

switch said :

Pass the popcorn: it’s on again and here we go!

Ha, I know. I knew my comment about liking cats would somehow poke the bear (heaven help me for preferring cats to dogs)…but I can’t help myself.

Here at RA, even a post about a lost kitten results in a barney.

Everyone drink some warm milk right meow!

Now all we need is to have a cyling cat that holds all the traffic up all the time, that will get the trolls into a frenzy!

maxblues 10:05 am 15 Nov 13

poetix said :

Cats are undeniably beautiful; there was a mottled fluffy one in my backyard today. I opened the door loudly so that he(?) could run away before my dogs got to him.

He won’t make a habit of visiting, now he knows I have two dogs. The birds will be thankful.

But he was very pretty.

There is a pretty Australian bird in my backyard….sorry, the neighbour’s cat has just eaten it.

poetix 9:48 am 15 Nov 13

Cats are undeniably beautiful; there was a mottled fluffy one in my backyard today. I opened the door loudly so that he(?) could run away before my dogs got to him.

He won’t make a habit of visiting, now he knows I have two dogs. The birds will be thankful.

But he was very pretty.

maxblues 9:25 am 15 Nov 13

cantdance said :

Cats wash themselves. That is all.

Which is best, Top Loader or Front Loader, Hot or Cold Water?

cantdance 10:54 pm 14 Nov 13

Cats wash themselves. That is all.

Dingoman25 6:40 pm 14 Nov 13

Constrained to the house/yard type cats/dogs are both OK in my book.

Wandering cats/dogs sh1t me to tears.

This is a super cool (and income generating) cat http://www.henrilechatnoir.com/

PS I identify preferentially as a dog person.

tuco 5:19 pm 14 Nov 13

Solidarity said :

BimboGeek said :

Purring is therapeutic. Kitties can cure what ails you.

Even hayfever?

Or toxoplasmosis?

maxblues 4:50 pm 14 Nov 13

BimboGeek said :

Purring is therapeutic. Kitties can cure what ails you.

You may be thinking of Dr Katz, professional therapist.

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