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Old 06-03-2013, 01:10 AM   #131
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Aww, they look like total sweet heart. Mine just try to scratch everything, including me!
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Old 06-03-2013, 09:13 AM   #132
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Sure do!

My boyfriend cuddling two of them
Aww. There faces look so innocent and cute. Lol.
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Old 06-03-2013, 09:15 AM   #133
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Yeah, we had been looking for a new place since we got robbed last month, but having the kitties has really lit a fire under our butts to move. Pets are not allowed where we live. So we are taking a big risk keeping a cat and four kittens inside. The landlord actually shoots at the stray cats around here.
So the landlord doesn't know you are going to have pets? He shoots cats! I agree with cj, he's crazy. Lol
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She had had this litter already, but she was really hungry and looking for food and we had the front door open for some air. And she just walked in and started meowing for food, so I opened a can of tuna for her and ran off to the store to get cat food. She went back out and disappeared for a week then came back, and we fed her whenever she came around. Then one day we noticed kittens under our shed. She moved them at some point to be closer to us, then she started luring them out to us. Once we had three inside, she brought the fourth to the doorstep and dropped her at my boyfriend's feet. She spends most of her time inside with is now. Very friendly and well behaved. Doesn't scratch furniture or carpet, doesn't jump onto furniture or the counters, and is usually quiet. I'm guessing she was a housecat that got dumped outside when her owners noticed she was pregnant.
It's pretty sad how people can just throw there pet into the street and leave them just because they have some problem.
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Old 06-03-2013, 01:51 PM   #135
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Yeah, I've never understoodhow people can just dump their pets when there are rescues and shelters and people looking for a pet to love. It makes me sick. And yeah, the crazy landlord doesn't know about them but we should be moving out this month thankfully.
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Lol. So the landlord now doesn't allow pets or the landlord where you are moving to doesn't allow pets?
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Lol. So the landlord now doesn't allow pets or the landlord where you are moving to doesn't allow pets?
Where I live now doesn't allow them. Not only does the place we are hoping to move allow them, but they don't even want a pet deposit!
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Where I live now doesn't allow them. Not only does the place we are hoping to move allow them, but they don't even want a pet deposit!
Wow! I like the place where you are moving a lot better than the place you are right now. Lol
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Can someone help me out, my fish have ick. I tried a dose of PIMAFIX yesterday and my fish are worse. Can I add a dose of the Super Ick Cure to the tank? It's been over 24 hrs, since I used the PIMAFIX.
You will get better results if you post your own thread in the unhealthy fish forum with more details. I'm not familiar with those meds so I can't really help you out.
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Can someone help me out, my fish have ick. I tried a dose of PIMAFIX yesterday and my fish are worse. Can I add a dose of the Super Ick Cure to the tank? It's been over 24 hrs, since I used the PIMAFIX.
I have never had ick so I can't help you sorry.
Yeah, add your own thread to the forum. I am sure there are experienced ick doctors out there.
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