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Old Jul 9th 2004, 12:43 pm
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Question Advice needed re cat rehoming -Uk

Hi guys
We're due to emigrate in the next month or so and I have a cat I need to rehome. (The other one is coming with us). The problem is that she isn't the most affectionate cat in the world (check out the nasty cat thread in the Aus/NZ forum) and has had melanoma, hence the need not to take her to Aus. The vet has recommended us to leave her, she has had both ears docked and could get some back on her nose... hence not the most "desirable" cat to rehome.
Anyone got any ideas?
Do the animal charities etc. put them down if they can't rehome them? :scared:
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Old Jul 9th 2004, 1:59 pm
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Originally posted by Larissa
Hi guys
We're due to emigrate in the next month or so and I have a cat I need to rehome. (The other one is coming with us). The problem is that she isn't the most affectionate cat in the world (check out the nasty cat thread in the Aus/NZ forum) and has had melanoma, hence the need not to take her to Aus. The vet has recommended us to leave her, she has had both ears docked and could get some back on her nose... hence not the most "desirable" cat to rehome. Anyone got any ideas?
Do the animal charities etc. put them down if they can't rehome them? :scared: Ta Larissa
Time for the final swim cat.....
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might be nice with some fava beans and a nice chianti:beer:


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Old Jul 9th 2004, 2:16 pm
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Originally posted by Larissa
    >
    > she isn't the most
affectionate cat in the world
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    > has had melanoma........and could get
some back on her nose...
    > she has had both ears docked
    >
    > hence
not the most "desirable" cat to rehome.
    >
    >
    >
    > Larissa


And her name's Lucky

All right, enough of the hard sell!:D


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Old Jul 9th 2004, 2:48 pm
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I am short of a few pound of meat for this weekends curry, bring her around.

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Originally posted by ray6
Time for the final swim cat.....
Ray , i wanted to say that



Its only a cat ...i could take it scuba diving
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Trust you lot!!!
Aren't there any kind, animal loving people left in the world? Now I have to worry about strange people wanting my cat for a curry
Showing your true colours now...
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Old Jul 9th 2004, 3:27 pm
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    > Trust you lot!!!
    > Aren't
there any kind, animal loving people left in the world? :( :confused:
Now I have to worry about strange people wanting my cat for a curry :(

    > Showing your true colours now...

I am wanting to reassure
you please. (cue Indian accent)

God Blimey!!! ( We are not wanting to
cook ugly old pussy in our madras, Of blimey no! WE are needing fine
young pussies only, please be thanking you very much...!":D


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Originally posted by Sukhi
I am wanting to reassure you please. (cue Indian accent)
God Blimey!!! ( We are not wanting to cook ugly old pussy in our madras, Of blimey no! WE are needing fine young pussies only, please be thanking you very much...!"
NO!! I am not going to say anything..
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Default Re: Advice needed re cat rehoming -Uk

Originally posted by Larissa
Hi guys
We're due to emigrate in the next month or so and I have a cat I need to rehome. (The other one is coming with us). The problem is that she isn't the most affectionate cat in the world (check out the nasty cat thread in the Aus/NZ forum) and has had melanoma, hence the need not to take her to Aus. The vet has recommended us to leave her, she has had both ears docked and could get some back on her nose... hence not the most "desirable" cat to rehome.
Anyone got any ideas?
Do the animal charities etc. put them down if they can't rehome them? :scared:
Ta
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Hi Larissa,

We have also had to have our cat rehomed....and after a bit of research, I found the Mayhew Centre, here in London to be the best....They have a "No Put Down" policy. They will never put down a healthy animal. They do have a website, http://www.mayhewanimalhome.org/home.html

Hope this helps

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Old Jul 9th 2004, 3:38 pm
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Oh, now you've made the thread serious!:rolleyes: :D


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Old Jul 9th 2004, 3:39 pm
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Originally posted by ray6
    > NO!! I am not going to say
anything..


Oh Go on!! Go On!!


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Old Jul 9th 2004, 3:53 pm
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Old Jul 9th 2004, 4:26 pm
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Ahhhh! wot a tweet liddle puddy cat!:D

See! that's the type of puddy I
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