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Buffy the eggs layer

  • Joined Jun 2010
Re: What becomes of all these cats?
« Reply #30 on: November 23, 2012, 04:58:01 pm »
Oh my goodness how distressing. I always asume that people who keep animals understand how to care for them in terms of disposing of their waste and treating them for parasites etc. I find it quite alarming that they would not cross check a midwifes advice with an animal specialist.
Just shows you how little I know about people. My cats are adults now but when they arrived they were all treated, tested and nutered by the local vet thanks to the rspca. They are treated regularly with wormer and flea drops from the vet now and are fit and well.
I have recently put a post on my blog about the cats with some photos of Toby the feral kitten then and now. Due to his poor start in life and early nutering he will probably never be a big cat but I think he is very handsom. I dont regret giving him a home and wouldnt want to be without him or his mum.


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