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grunge

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He came back thankfully but he's really not looking good, a lot worse than this morningbarely ate and he's normally a total ganite.

managed to get him as we bought him a cat house for the garden so bough that in with him in it.

his panic is setting in now tho so im off to get litter and a tray!!

tried for a 24h vet but all of them are about 350 quid odd just to see him even with the rspca number. Will try for an emergency apt in the morning
 

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He came back thankfully but he's really not looking good, a lot worse than this morningbarely ate and he's normally a total ganite.

managed to get him as we bought him a cat house for the garden so bough that in with him in it.

his panic is setting in now tho so im off to get litter and a tray!!

tried for a 24h vet but all of them are about 350 quid odd just to see him even with the rspca number. Will try for an emergency apt in the morning
I used to call the Peggy Henderson sanctuary near Dane Road when I found strays needing vets. Not sure if they are still open nowadays,butmaybe worth a shout
 

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This is the moggy causing all the problems!!! Top one you can see the swollen leg. Bottom is from a few weeks back.

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Thing to watch out for with Cats is the breathing, is he breathing OK? If he has an infection in his leg a vet will be able to sort him.

Cats are buggers, they draw you in you give them all the sympathy next thing the pork chop of your plate is gone.
 

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Thing to watch out for with Cats is the breathing, is he breathing OK? If he has an infection in his leg a vet will be able to sort him.

Cats are buggers, they draw you in you give them all the sympathy next thing the pork chop of your plate is gone.

thanks for the heads up. He seems to be breathing ok now but def had a coughing session earlier in the day. Thought he was gonna barf a fur ball.

Will keep an eye out for sure.
 

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This is the moggy causing all the problems!!! Top one you can see the swollen leg. Bottom is from a few weeks back.

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He looks in good nick, hopefully you can get to adopt him, all three of mine were strays, you would have to keep him in for a month to get bonded with you, buy earplugs lol
 

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He looks in good nick, hopefully you can get to adopt him, all three of mine were strays, you would have to keep him in for a month to get bonded with you, buy earplugs lol

One of mine just walked in off the street and never left, the younger one was my sons who was told he couldn't keep pets when he moved so we have had him since he was about 2 months old.

Half past 5 this morning, muddy paws in my face letting me know it's feeding time, I moan about it to 'her that should be obeyed' but I love it really ;)
 

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One of mine just walked in off the street and never left, the younger one was my sons who was told he couldn't keep pets when he moved so we have had him since he was about 2 months old.

Half past 5 this morning, muddy paws in my face letting me know it's feeding time, I moan about it to 'her that should be obeyed' but I love it really ;)
Merlin brought me a squirrel this morning, he loves pigeons, rats and a large fish from someones pond , the little shit lol

They train humans very well at feeding times
 

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Merlin brought me a squirrel this morning, he loves pigeons, rats and a large fish from someones pond , the little shit lol

They train humans very well at feeding times

there is one opposite us that is a proper bird'er. it literally took the head off of a wood pidgeon.
 

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