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I want to find another kitten!!

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alistron1 · 12/05/2012 21:41

Last September our lovely old cat died and we were gutted. 2 days later DP found a 4 week old kitten on the playground at his school and brought him home. I loved being a kitten mummy (I'm sorry, I know it's vom worthy!!) and my baby is now a lovely, glossy, healthy big boy cat.

When we found him our house rabbit was only 12 weeks or so old, so it was like living in a disney movie with the cuteness overload Grin

I've spent today reading Pinot's thread and the turkish kitten one... I am kitten broody!!!

I someone could leave a box of kittens on my doorstep tomorrow morning I'd be very grateful.

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Sparklingbrook · 12/05/2012 21:42

I think you will find I am first in the queue for an unexpected cat/kitten arrival alistron. Grin

SecretNutellaFix · 12/05/2012 21:44

Sparklingbrook · 12/05/2012 21:45

Shock *Nutella you queue jumper. Angry

SecretNutellaFix · 12/05/2012 21:46

Um, no?????

alistron1 · 12/05/2012 21:50

If I find a box full of kittens on my doorstep and then find 'you lot' hanging around I will activate my zombie plan.

I know I'm greedy, but i have a proven track record in single kitten parenting and DESERVE multiple kittens. I DESERVE them I tell you.

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Fluffycloudland77 · 12/05/2012 21:51

Someone in chat has had a heavily pg stray in her house about to pop from the sounds of it. She will be needing homes.

You can both have a kitten.

Sparklingbrook · 12/05/2012 21:52

DH and Sparkling Cat don't want any more felines in the house. Sad

SecretNutellaFix · 12/05/2012 21:55

If any of them are ginger, I'm bagsying one!

SecretNutellaFix · 12/05/2012 21:56

oh, and Alistron- I have successfully raised twin kittens to adulthood and they are now happy and healthy nine year olds.

alistron1 · 12/05/2012 21:56

If a kitten just came by accident I bet your DH wouldn't mind!! And sparkling cat would get used to it (possibly!)

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alistron1 · 12/05/2012 21:58

SecretNutella, just because your children... I mean kittens, are grown up doesn't make you an expert. My baby... I mean kitten, would be at kitten oxbridge if such a thing existed

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SecretNutellaFix · 12/05/2012 22:22

Mine can tell the time.

At exactly 5 minutes to eight, every evening they come into the living room and sit at my feet.

Also, ten minutes before my DH arrives home- and it varies every evening, they both take their places in the hall to greet trip him when he comes through the door. Boycat takes his place guarding the kitchen doorway and girlcat sits on the third step up.

alistron1 · 12/05/2012 22:49

Well my baby/cat... actually he's a bit of a himbo Grin Very good looking but not very clever!! He nearly caught a worm the other week though. The worm was too fast for him.

You win!!

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SecretNutellaFix · 12/05/2012 22:53

Mine spend their days plotting world domination.

SecretNutellaFix · 12/05/2012 22:53

If only I would let them outdoors

alistron1 · 12/05/2012 23:01

Mine is trying, and failing, to catch a fly at the moment. He has no hope with birds does he?

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SecretNutellaFix · 12/05/2012 23:02


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