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messageTabby cat on Wyneham Road
Posted by luurtle January 24, 10:08PM

Hello, anyone own a small friendly tabby cat on or near Wyneham Road? S/he followed us into our flat tonight and is nosing around the place, purring loudly. We've got the door open so they can leave when they want but it's too cold to actively chuck them out! I thought I'd see if anyone recognises this description. They're at our house until they want to leave.

Update. Cat now watching GBBO S4. Still won't leave.

messageRe: Tabby cat on Wyneham Road
Posted by hpsaucey January 26, 09:21AM

Hi can you post a piccie?

HP

messageRe: Tabby cat on Wyneham Road
Posted by luurtle January 26, 10:17AM

Hello,

I'm afraid everyone has told me not to as this is how dogfighting gangs get 'bait cats', instead I should ask the possible owner to give me a detailed description.
I took her to the vet yesterday who says she's not microchipped and is frequently brought in as a 'lost pet' but no one can ever find an owner. So I've named her Dora The Explorer and we're going to a cat rescue today as I want to see her settled in a good home, she would make someone a wonderful pet.

messageRe: Tabby cat on Wyneham Road
Posted by curlylocks January 26, 02:02PM

Hi luurtle,
If you've not yet taken her to the rescue centre it might be worth trying the paper collar. You can download one here [www.rspca.org.uk]
Only effective of course if she chooses to go out!!

messageRe: Tabby cat on Wyneham Road
Posted by hpsaucey January 26, 10:46PM

Also if u end up taking to rescue centre make sure they donít sometimes euthanase.

HP


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