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danny.f Aug 5th 2006 10:12 am

Animals/pets/waddaya do?
 
OK. Tricky one this. We have a 5 yr old cat called Dennis (kids did it,not me), he's a friendly enough wee fella,kids adore him,wife puts up with him. Rumour has it it's £1000 to ship a pussy. ;)
Is it worth it? Has anyone taken their pets? Do they need to be steam cleaned/machine washed? Do they need pussy passports? Do they smile or not on their picture? :) :) I'm lol here,but it's a serious question.

SarahB Aug 5th 2006 10:21 am

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Awww bless .... I suppose if you got the money then bring him with you... hes young and your kids love him.... why leave him at home.... he'll be happy enough here. I actually left my horse in the UK but I reckon that wouldve cost us an arm and a leg to bring him and anyway he wouldve never survived in this Auckland climate as he was photosensitive and allergic to rain. But I'm sure your pussy would be ok here.

Afraid i know nothing about how they travel or what you need to do to make them smile for the picture :D but loads of people on here have brought their cats and dogs and will be able to advise you.

Nothing wrong with his name btw.... we have 2 cats here now (inherited them with the rental house) and they are called White Cat and Grey Cat. :)

danny.f Aug 5th 2006 10:29 am

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Originally Posted by SarahB
Awww bless .... I suppose if you got the money then bring him with you... hes young and your kids love him.... why leave him at home.... he'll be happy enough here. I actually left my horse in the UK but I reckon that wouldve cost us an arm and a leg to bring him and anyway he wouldve never survived in this Auckland climate as he was photosensitive and allergic to rain. But I'm sure your pussy would be ok here.

Afraid i know nothing about how they travel or what you need to do to make them smile for the picture :D but loads of people on here have brought their cats and dogs and will be able to advise you.

Nothing wrong with his name btw.... we have 2 cats here now (inherited them with the rental house) and they are called White Cat and Grey Cat. :)

Love the simplicity of the names.Excellent. That's one unlucky horse-there's no weather to suit him at all!! Mr Ed must've just lived indoors. Everytime I've gone horse riding (3 in total) I've had to have the biggest horse,and they've all been called George.

SarahB Aug 5th 2006 10:41 am

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Originally Posted by danny.f
Love the simplicity of the names.Excellent. That's one unlucky horse-there's no weather to suit him at all!! Mr Ed must've just lived indoors. Everytime I've gone horse riding (3 in total) I've had to have the biggest horse,and they've all been called George.

LOL.... they do actually have names but are never called by their proper names.... if you asked my OH what our cats names are he wouldnt have a clue!! My 2 year old son calls them White Cat and Grey Cat too.... he bosses them about and they are so laid back... wish theyd tell him off sometimes!! The previous tenent was desperate to get shot of them so we offered to take them on.... they are both lovely and are coming with us when we move to our own property on the 24th of this month. Trouble is we are only moving round the corner and I dont know that much about cats.... will they try to keep coming back to this house?? Ive spoken to a catty friend (she breeds cats, not that shes bitchy) and she says they might wander off back home so I have to keep them in for a few days.... well they hate each other so thats 2 separate rooms we need.... its gonna be hard. They are both afraid of traffic so Im hoping they wont even go near the busier road we are moving too.

My old horse is OK in the UK.... in the summer he has factor 50 on his pink bits and in autumn, winter and spring he wears a rain sheet.... but he'd hate it here as it can be pretty wet and the sun is very intense.

I've managed to get hold of another horse here...... he was rescued from dogfood fate.... I think we are too soft! :) Maybe when we win the lottery we'll open a shelter for unwanted pets.

pixi-dust Aug 5th 2006 11:03 am

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Danny,
we used golden arrow for our pets - call them for a quote and see what they say.
They dont need a passport - just some poo samples ( its a lovely job collecting them!) and I think a blood test - but we were taking our dog too so maybe Im getting that muddled up - but definitely poo stuff - its forever ingrained in my mind - yug.

They also have to stay at the shippers for 5 ? my memory is fading - days before they fly and they do some more tests.

Our cats came over and were completely ok on arrival and one of them is 19 now.Hope this helps a wee bit.

danny.f Aug 5th 2006 6:10 pm

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Thank you so much pixie dust and of course Sarah. Looks like the cat gonna get jet lag then. A grand for a cat? Jesus. Tugs me heart-the money-not the cat. Its only £5 for a spade for a hole!! lol. Kidding animal lovers. He's coming.

waynepfry Aug 5th 2006 6:15 pm

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Originally Posted by danny.f
Thank you so much pixie dust and of course Sarah. Looks like the cat gonna get jet lag then. A grand for a cat? Jesus. Tugs me heart-the money-not the cat. Its only £5 for a spade for a hole!! lol. Kidding animal lovers. He's coming.

you will get skinned alive!!!!!!

danny.f Aug 5th 2006 6:19 pm

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Originally Posted by waynepfry
you will get skinned alive!!!!!!


Was hoping that might happen to Dennis-he he he. Local chippy sounded interested when I asked. He's a big fella-a good 3 or 4 kebabs there!!

pangor Aug 5th 2006 8:44 pm

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We used airpets for our two cats Buffy and Rana. http://www.airpets.com/

They were good, cats arrived happily after two days travelling. Did cost a couple of grand though.

We were moving into a rental in the UK for a month before the big flight and then coming to a motel at first so moved the cats to Nicola,s mum and dad while we left and they sent the cats on later. ( so we avoided the poo collecting ).

Our cats were already chipped but apart from the poo samples the pet shippers did all the rest, paperwork etc. Nicola just had to go to the airport and collect two loudly yowling boxes from a confused looking man !

Well worth bringing them I think - I certainly felt moch more at home once they had arrived ( sad really, I know ).

Cats did come from a Northumberland autumn to a 30 degree summer so had the wrong amount of fur on ! - so they spent the first few weeks lying around in any shade they could find. Alright for some.

peter

danny.f Aug 5th 2006 8:48 pm

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Originally Posted by pangor
We used airpets for our two cats Buffy and Rana. http://www.airpets.com/

They were good, cats arrived happily after two days travelling. Did cost a couple of grand though.

We were moving into a rental in the UK for a month before the big flight and then coming to a motel at first so moved the cats to Nicola,s mum and dad while we left and they sent the cats on later. ( so we avoided the poo collecting ).

Our cats were already chipped but apart from the poo samples the pet shippers did all the rest, paperwork etc. Nicola just had to go to the airport and collect two loudly yowling boxes from a confused looking man !

Well worth bringing them I think - I certainly felt moch more at home once they had arrived ( sad really, I know ).

Cats did come from a Northumberland autumn to a 30 degree summer so had the wrong amount of fur on ! - so they spent the first few weeks lying around in any shade they could find. Alright for some.

peter

Good point that,Peter. I hadn't thought how much of normality the cat can bring-for the kids.Nice 1.Gotta be worth a grand if it helps the kids settle easier.

pangor Aug 5th 2006 9:34 pm

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Originally Posted by danny.f
Good point that,Peter. I hadn't thought how much of normality the cat can bring-for the kids.Nice 1.Gotta be worth a grand if it helps the kids settle easier.


And if the kids do not settle you will have a left over dinky little travelling crate to send them back in :)

peter

danny.f Aug 5th 2006 10:05 pm

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Originally Posted by pangor
And if the kids do not settle you will have a left over dinky little travelling crate to send them back in :)

peter

They'll have to top and tail. Might be cheaper to buy kids seats and chuck the wife in instead.

Am Loolah Aug 5th 2006 10:18 pm

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We are moving out to New Zealand December time - you know when they charge "Granny Rates" for the flights - coz that's a really good time to emmigrate with 4 kids and 2 dogs!! As far as we've found out for the dogs - there's a cattery/kennels just outside Heathrow airport where this is all they do - have info lurking somewhere from Expo if you want a link? For dogs they need to be checked over by vet, measured for crate, given all clear and must be micro-chipped. We are leavinf/selling horse and hamster as hamster is a waste of space and horse too old and expensive to chip. Like your cats, dogs are family pets, kids grown up with them, and I would rather stay here if shit came to shove - maybe. Probably not!!

Caroline

danny.f Aug 5th 2006 10:21 pm

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Originally Posted by Am Loolah
We are moving out to New Zealand December time - you know when they charge "Granny Rates" for the flights - coz that's a really good time to emmigrate with 4 kids and 2 dogs!! As far as we've found out for the dogs - there's a cattery/kennels just outside Heathrow airport where this is all they do - have info lurking somewhere from Expo if you want a link? For dogs they need to be checked over by vet, measured for crate, given all clear and must be micro-chipped. We are leavinf/selling horse and hamster as hamster is a waste of space and horse too old and expensive to chip. Like your cats, dogs are family pets, kids grown up with them, and I would rather stay here if shit came to shove - maybe. Probably not!!

Caroline

Keep hearing chipped,guess I'll have to sort that then. Explain your name,it's superb!! Wassit mean?

Am Loolah Aug 5th 2006 10:31 pm

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Originally Posted by danny.f
Keep hearing chipped,guess I'll have to sort that then. Explain your name,it's superb!! Wassit mean?

I am Loolah?! In a fairy stylie. Slightly blond/dippy/vague! That's all - quite simple when you know how! Favourite colour pink? Don't have downstairs loo - have fuschia pink Fairy Grotto - complete with pink feathers and gold seat and loo roll holder - don't you?

danny.f Aug 5th 2006 10:38 pm

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Originally Posted by Am Loolah
I am Loolah?! In a fairy stylie. Slightly blond/dippy/vague! That's all - quite simple when you know how! Favourite colour pink? Don't have downstairs loo - have fuschia pink Fairy Grotto - complete with pink feathers and gold seat and loo roll holder - don't you?

Only my en suite! When I get my house with 3 loo's,the lads loo is gonna have a table to lean on,with a pen and daily newspaper,sky sports news on a plasma telly,pictures of Kenny Dalglish looking discretely away, pictures of Kelly Brook looking directly at you,doing that licky lip thing. Toilet seat permanently glued down,and geisha's on 24 hour call to wipe our booties!!! He he he.

Am Loolah Aug 5th 2006 10:40 pm

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Look - I know you replied to your own posting earlier so don't do coy with me!! Hubby says pretend to ship cat, buy look alike in New Zealand - kids will be none the wiser, you'll be £1,000 richer! Or buy look aloike kids and take the cat?! When are you going and where?

Am Loolah Aug 5th 2006 10:47 pm

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Originally Posted by danny.f
Only my en suite! When I get my house with 3 loo's,the lads loo is gonna have a table to lean on,with a pen and daily newspaper,sky sports news on a plasma telly,pictures of Kenny Dalglish looking discretely away, pictures of Kelly Brook looking directly at you,doing that licky lip thing. Toilet seat permanently glued down,and geisha's on 24 hour call to wipe our booties!!! He he he.

How did we get on to your toilet fantasies when my original response was a very sensible, helpful one about pet shipping?! And I thought I was Loolah?!

danny.f Aug 5th 2006 10:50 pm

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Originally Posted by Am Loolah
How did we get on to your toilet fantasies when my original response was a very sensible, helpful one about pet shipping?! And I thought I was Loolah?!

Ah Christ that was funny as hell. Go to 'whats the weather like ' and check my rant out. That has cheered me up superbly.
Wellington,hopefully November,jobs for both of us start 7th Feb,but can be put back.

poppets Aug 5th 2006 10:59 pm

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Originally Posted by danny.f
OK. Tricky one this. We have a 5 yr old cat called Dennis (kids did it,not me), he's a friendly enough wee fella,kids adore him,wife puts up with him. Rumour has it it's £1000 to ship a pussy. ;)
Is it worth it? Has anyone taken their pets? Do they need to be steam cleaned/machine washed? Do they need pussy passports? Do they smile or not on their picture? :) :) I'm lol here,but it's a serious question.


i never realised that my pussy needed a passport!! ;)
We brought our cat & shes 10 with a touch of athritis in one hip, she's like a new bloody cat here, leaps & jumps all over the place. Our kids were thrilled that she came (she spent 6 weeks in a cattery in wellington, they alos picked her up from airport for us too, highly recommend them if you need them)
to ship her here we used passport for pets http://www.passportforpets.co.uk/ cost about £500, our vet did all the vets stuff in the uk, very easy to do

Am Loolah Aug 5th 2006 11:01 pm

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Originally Posted by danny.f
Ah Christ that was funny as hell. Go to 'whats the weather like ' and check my rant out. That has cheered me up superbly.
Wellington,hopefully November,jobs for both of us start 7th Feb,but can be put back.

Que? (am bi-lingual) whats what's the weather like? Only signed up to this strange cyber world 2 days ago!

danny.f Aug 5th 2006 11:03 pm

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Originally Posted by poppets
i never realised that my pussy needed a passport!! ;)
We brought our cat & shes 10 with a touch of athritis in one hip, she's like a new bloody cat here, leaps & jumps all over the place. Our kids were thrilled that she came (she spent 6 weeks in a cattery in wellington, they alos picked her up from airport for us too, highly recommend them if you need them)
to ship her here we used passport for pets http://www.passportforpets.co.uk/ cost about £500, our vet did all the vets stuff in the uk, very easy to do

Poppets,yet again you a bloomin big shiny star!! That is fab info,thank you (mainly cos it's £500 cheaper than other info!!). I would karma you but you seem karma'd to death,and besides,don't think I've mastered it yet,still nobody's felt anything. Don't think I'm pressing the right buttons. ;)

sighthoundcrazy Aug 7th 2006 2:52 am

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Originally Posted by danny.f
OK. Tricky one this. We have a 5 yr old cat called Dennis (kids did it,not me), he's a friendly enough wee fella,kids adore him,wife puts up with him. Rumour has it it's £1000 to ship a pussy. ;)
Is it worth it? Has anyone taken their pets? Do they need to be steam cleaned/machine washed? Do they need pussy passports? Do they smile or not on their picture? :) :) I'm lol here,but it's a serious question.

Hi
Just joined so this is my first reply! We had 2 dogs,3 ponies and 3 cats and we lft them all in Wales. It was hard tosay goodbye to thedogs mostly as they are my obbsesion! It would have cost ££££££££££$$$$$$$$$$$ to bring them and it is very complicated if you arrive as we did with nowhere to live!

SarahB Aug 7th 2006 3:37 am

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Originally Posted by sighthoundcrazy
Hi
Just joined so this is my first reply! We had 2 dogs,3 ponies and 3 cats and we lft them all in Wales. It was hard tosay goodbye to thedogs mostly as they are my obbsesion! It would have cost ££££££££££$$$$$$$$$$$ to bring them and it is very complicated if you arrive as we did with nowhere to live!

Welcome to the site!! Yes youre right it wouldve cost a lot. We left my horse and a guinea pig with my best friend.... shes still got them. It breaks your heart doesnt it. We've inherited 2 cats here with the rental house but when we move to own house in 2 weeks time they are coming with us.... and also a horse who was rescued from petfood fate.

helinuk Aug 7th 2006 8:51 am

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Originally Posted by SarahB
Welcome to the site!! Yes youre right it wouldve cost a lot. We left my horse and a guinea pig with my best friend.... shes still got them. It breaks your heart doesnt it. We've inherited 2 cats here with the rental house but when we move to own house in 2 weeks time they are coming with us.... and also a horse who was rescued from petfood fate.

It's a difficult decision. We left our 1st Springer spaniel here when we went to Singapore to live, thought it would be too hot for him and there's no fields for him to run around! Then when we returned we had to leave our cat in Singapore because hubby refused to pay the $1500 to ship him home - kids and I never forgave him! So this Springer spaniel is I hope coming with us (if we get the visa) The trouble is we have offer on house so agreed to move into a rented house end of sept. till we move to nz, and there doesn't seem to be any rented places that allow pets! Same ,as far as I can see in NZ- all say no pets, so I'm not sure what to do with dog - my family are not dog lovers enough to offer to look after him:-(
I'm interested in the £££ quotes and what people have already paid to ship dog.
Danny it's true the kids are happy if they have familiar things around them. But if you can't afford to ship cat tell them he wouldn't be happy in nz and you'll get a cat when you arrive there. :)
h.

poppets Aug 7th 2006 8:56 am

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Originally Posted by danny.f
Poppets,yet again you a bloomin big shiny star!! That is fab info,thank you (mainly cos it's £500 cheaper than other info!!). I would karma you but you seem karma'd to death,and besides,don't think I've mastered it yet,still nobody's felt anything. Don't think I'm pressing the right buttons. ;)

if you got 3 kids you must be pressing the right buttons i suspect ;)
Thought you'd like the price ;) good service there too & the crate was free, have kept it for Civil Defence emergencies!!! :D

danny.f Aug 7th 2006 11:37 am

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Slight problem also is no-one will have him here,so feel slightly obliged,not to mention the rented property problem. Can't I lie and anaesthetise him,say he's dead and we're gonna get him stuffed,then bring himround when the man's buggered off?
How long do they get quarantied for?

poppets Aug 7th 2006 10:37 pm

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Originally Posted by danny.f
Slight problem also is no-one will have him here,so feel slightly obliged,not to mention the rented property problem. Can't I lie and anaesthetise him,say he's dead and we're gonna get him stuffed,then bring himround when the man's buggered off?
How long do they get quarantied for?


They don't get quarantied anymore, just supposed to have 4 weeks indoors at a registered address, this is why we put ours in the cattery, til we found a rental

SarahB Aug 8th 2006 4:16 am

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Originally Posted by danny.f
Slight problem also is no-one will have him here,so feel slightly obliged,not to mention the rented property problem. Can't I lie and anaesthetise him,say he's dead and we're gonna get him stuffed,then bring himround when the man's buggered off?
How long do they get quarantied for?

Just bring the old cat!!! He'll love it here and the kids will be happy too. There are rentals that will take cats.... always worth asking even if it says No Pets.... its not like having a huge dog is it.. we are in a rental and have 2 cats.

pangor Aug 8th 2006 9:27 am

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Originally Posted by SarahB
Just bring the old cat!!! He'll love it here and the kids will be happy too. There are rentals that will take cats.... always worth asking even if it says No Pets.... its not like having a huge dog is it.. we are in a rental and have 2 cats.

We lived in a rental when our cats arrived as well. Landlord was fine with it as he had a cat himself.

Also it gives the Kiwis a good laugh when you mention how much you spent to bring the cats over !

peter

danny.f Aug 8th 2006 6:22 pm

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That is a great point Peter. £500 to bring an antisocial furniture wrecker 12,000 miles!! Mental.

Jude J Aug 8th 2006 9:43 pm

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Originally Posted by danny.f
That is a great point Peter. £500 to bring an antisocial furniture wrecker 12,000 miles!! Mental.


Indeed.
:p

danny.f Aug 8th 2006 9:53 pm

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Originally Posted by Jude J
Indeed.
:p

I'll go up in a minute. She's on so she'll only be reading! She'll kill me when she reads this tomorrow. :eek:
Just put the cat out,the £500 one,he's livid cos it's raining,told me he doesn't want to go to bloody NZ. Cheeky animal!! I'm ok,she won't read this as long as I don't press th

SarahB Aug 9th 2006 9:12 am

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Originally Posted by danny.f
I'll go up in a minute. She's on so she'll only be reading! She'll kill me when she reads this tomorrow. :eek:
Just put the cat out,the £500 one,he's livid cos it's raining,told me he doesn't want to go to bloody NZ. Cheeky animal!! I'm ok,she won't read this as long as I don't press th

haha.... if truth be known I bet youre the one the cat loves best and you love him too.... I bet he sits on your knee in the evenings purring and shedding hair all over you.... and you sneak him your sunday lunch meat under the table! :p

danny.f Aug 9th 2006 9:16 am

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Originally Posted by SarahB
haha.... if truth be known I bet youre the one the cat loves best and you love him too.... I bet he sits on your knee in the evenings purring and shedding hair all over you.... and you sneak him your sunday lunch meat under the table! :p

That is funny as hell. I'm not sneaking him anything of the sort!! He's a boy cat-I'm not like that. He hasn't come back yet. Will keep you informed. :(

SarahB Aug 9th 2006 9:23 am

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Originally Posted by danny.f
That is funny as hell. I'm not sneaking him anything of the sort!! He's a boy cat-I'm not like that. He hasn't come back yet. Will keep you informed. :(

lol... we got 2 girl cats.... lazy s0ds they are. Littlun waits til White Cat is on the settee curled up then he sneaks up quietly and uncurls her tail and sticks it in his ear.... he likes it.... whats that all about?? :D :D

danny.f Aug 9th 2006 9:31 am

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Originally Posted by SarahB
lol... we got 2 girl cats.... lazy s0ds they are. Littlun waits til White Cat is on the settee curled up then he sneaks up quietly and uncurls her tail and sticks it in his ear.... he likes it.... whats that all about?? :D :D

That is so cute! Either it's a bizarrely cute comfort measure,or you once had a phone shaped like a cat.
I'm having 3 different conversations with you on 3 different threads-brains knackered. Why is this your last? Might not be,3 is superb. I want more,she doesnt. You can't park the car if the gates aren't open!! He he.
Babies rock,I get broody everytime I walk past Mothercare.Awful. We lads don't have to do an awful lot (best bit really),she wouldn't breast feed just so I could get up-superb.

SarahB Aug 9th 2006 9:40 am

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Originally Posted by danny.f
That is so cute! Either it's a bizarrely cute comfort measure,or you once had a phone shaped like a cat.
I'm having 3 different conversations with you on 3 different threads-brains knackered. Why is this your last? Might not be,3 is superb. I want more,she doesnt. You can't park the car if the gates aren't open!! He he.
Babies rock,I get broody everytime I walk past Mothercare.Awful. We lads don't have to do an awful lot (best bit really),she wouldn't breast feed just so I could get up-superb.

Hes older than that now and with short hair but he still does it.... its a comforter.... started with putting his "blankie" in his ear.... then pieces of toilet paper.... then whatever is soft or fluffy as you can see!!

OK you asked.... its my last and its taken me this long to be brave enough to get preggy again as the hospital (in UK) made a bit of a bodge with the first birth.... they ermm.... didnt put me back together correctly and have caused me a hell of a lot of pain and problems over last 3 years. I wont elaborate any more. Im also 40 next year and thats my mental cut of age in my head.... also I want to get back to horse riding again in the near future.... and I admit I just dont have the patience for 3.... damn I dont even know if I can cope with 2 yet!!! :eek: :scared:

I'm having an elective c-section in Middlemore Hospital in first week in January.... my body just isnt going to work after what the hospital did to me... not gonna be easy I know but we are prepared.... so thats why its definately my last.

So looking forward to the 28th and knowing what sex it is... sorry to go on about it but Im so excited about that!!!!! :) :) if its a girl then Im gonna go and hit them shops and buy some of them cute little girly clothes!!

helinuk Aug 9th 2006 10:15 am

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- I'm too old to get broody but would have loved more kids....

AND BACK TO PETS ... :D

I've just had a quote from passport for pets- £1679 for transport-
to approx.another £500 for all the innoculations, vets fees if we take dog to local vet ourselves. add £400 to that if they take him away and kennel him for 29 days.
yikes £2000+ to take dog- I think I'm going to faint! :eek:
Helen

mumomonty Aug 9th 2006 10:28 am

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Originally Posted by danny.f
That is so cute! Either it's a bizarrely cute comfort measure,or you once had a phone shaped like a cat.
I'm having 3 different conversations with you on 3 different threads-brains knackered. Why is this your last? Might not be,3 is superb. I want more,she doesnt. You can't park the car if the gates aren't open!! He he.
Babies rock,I get broody everytime I walk past Mothercare.Awful. We lads don't have to do an awful lot (best bit really),she wouldn't breast feed just so I could get up-superb.

Pe4opl;e like you make me sick. you gave that animal a home and shoudl have made a promise to it.
bring it with you. you waste of space. the climate is good here for cats and not creepy's for them to get bitten.
leave one o fthe kids in stead. The cancers of this world are the human race not aniamls.
spose you dno't understand that though.


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