looking to adopt a kitten

looking to adopt a kitten

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smiles

United States

#1 Dec 19, 2012
my husband really wants to adopt a kitten. we just really don't want to pay a fee. is anyone needing to get rid of kittens? we really want one!
kitten

Jonesboro, AR

#2 Dec 19, 2012
How young?
SillySally

United States

#3 Dec 19, 2012
I have a few young cats that are very loving and sweet that really need good homes. They aren't kittens anymore but are still very young.
guest

Jonesboro, AR

#4 Dec 19, 2012
smiles wrote:
my husband really wants to adopt a kitten. we just really don't want to pay a fee. is anyone needing to get rid of kittens? we really want one!
"No fee."

Will you take care of it? Or will it crank out kittens twice a year (presuming it is female) in the rain til it gets killed in the street?
smiles

United States

#5 Dec 19, 2012
um yes we will take care of it. it would be strictly an indoor cat. we have a seven year old cat that I've had since she was a kitten. My husband loves her but really wants a kitten for our cat to play with. she's spayed and never misses a vet appointment. so yes... it will be taken care of. there's always gotta be a smart ass, I swear. he really wants a kitten, but I will talk to him about the others that have been mentioned here. thanks to those who gave serious answers.
smiles

United States

#6 Dec 19, 2012
kitten wrote:
How young?
like six weeks or so.
Guest

Flowery Branch, GA

#7 Feb 17, 2013
I have a couple of cats
animal lover

Amsterdam, Netherlands

#8 Feb 17, 2013
guest wrote:
<quoted text>
"No fee."
Will you take care of it? Or will it crank out kittens twice a year (presuming it is female) in the rain til it gets killed in the street?
I hope the OP will realize that your post came from a place of love and concern for the cats. There are so many here who are such bad pet owners, dogs and cats, turning them out into the streets to be mangled or killed, letting them be eaten alive by parasites, harmed by people and other animals, poisoned, you name it, not to mention their failure to spay and neuter. All pets should be kept indoors or safely and legally confined at the owners' homes. Walks on leashes are fine for the dogs, but not to have them trespass in others yards and leaving their waste for others to deal with. Good pet owners are considerate of the animals and their neighbors.

The Humane Society has low cost spaying and neutering and many of the vets are helping adopt out pets now. This economy is bad and a lot of people are using that as an excuse to throw away the animals who love and trust them. Thanks to everyone who cares.

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