Another Kitten Found


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sunfish

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Found a grey white female sterilized kitten in Pasir Ris Street 11, Blk 114 area.

For the full story, read here:bsmilie: http://www.pets.com.sg/forums/showthread.php?t=26557

I am looking for her feeder or anyone who maybe interested to adopt her. She is a real nice kitten.

here's some of her pics...just quick snapshots for identification purposes:sweatsm:





 

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Take her in, permanently... she's indeed a beautiful girl.

give yr male cat sometime (usually takes about a week or so) to get use to her. it usually helps to be ard when they come together to snif each other up, in case a fight starts. leave her in e cage when no ones in. either way, e first 'born' gets 2 smell and familarise her. it doesnt take xtra effort to feed, clean up or take care an xtra cat, since u r oredi doing it. but e joy is double!

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Ed1975

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popeye said:
how do you know the cat is sterilized?
Look at her left ear's tip... Compare wif the right one, see the diff? Tats the indication...
 

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uncle_catz said:
Take her in, permanently... she's indeed a beautiful girl.

give yr male cat sometime (usually takes about a week or so) to get use to her. it usually helps to be ard when they come together to snif each other up, in case a fight starts. leave her in e cage when no ones in. either way, e first 'born' gets 2 smell and familarise her. it doesnt take xtra effort to feed, clean up or take care an xtra cat, since u r oredi doing it. but e joy is double!

cheers
yup, i am definitely going to keep her if I can stop their fight. Actually, this female kitten is the fierce one:bsmilie: my fat male cat seems to be afraid of her. Someone on pets forum taught me to use a cage...I am going to try that:)
 

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Ed1975 said:
Look at her left ear's tip... Compare wif the right one, see the diff? Tats the indication...
Thanks, was going to say that;)

Anyway, I am going to bring her to the vet tonight for vaccination, blood test etc
will ask the vet to confirm that:bsmilie:
 

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sunfish said:
Thanks, was going to say that;)

Anyway, I am going to bring her to the vet tonight for vaccination, blood test etc
will ask the vet to confirm that:bsmilie:
Sure no pro... Anyway i got a 1.5 yr old cat then recently brought a 0.5 yr old kitten back... They both like to disturb each other especially the small one... So when they fight i will break them up... Will onli let them play ard when i free if not kitten will be put back into the cage...
 

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sunfish said:
yup, i am definitely going to keep her if I can stop their fight. Actually, this female kitten is the fierce one:bsmilie: my fat male cat seems to be afraid of her. Someone on pets forum taught me to use a cage...I am going to try that:)

you are a good person, and will be rewarded...:thumbsup:

she does look a bit like my Tippy here...
 

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Del_CtrlnoAlt said:
u mean they cut the ear to prove its sterilized? or it automatically become liddat?

isn't it painful to the cats?
Which is more painful? Snipped off the ear or some kind souls brought a sterilzed cat to sterilzed cos no indication on the cat and then when the vet open up then found its been sterilzed? Which one more painful? U tell me? I'm not cat, or u betta suggestion on how to indicate?
 

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Del_CtrlnoAlt said:
u mean they cut the ear to prove its sterilized? or it automatically become liddat?

isn't it painful to the cats?
yes. its done when e catz were knocked out during the operation. e ear is soft cartridge so i supposed its less painful than the op itsellf.....
Tipping(cut of tip of ear) is necessary to allow pest control companies to identify n not touch them shd there be a necessary situation to cull strays population... which i personally :nono: ....
sterilisation is e only effective and humanely solution to control strays population.
sorry 4 the OT.
 

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looks like they snipped off quite a bit from the ear.:cry:
 

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