Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Azem.Ocram, Sep 13, 2018.
Awww last kitten I had was 1989, since then just take in adults no one else wants. Starving strays or via the animal shelters.
I have 4 lol. Two are rescues their mother rejected at 5 days old. Ones a near-starving street cat without any teeth that was almost dead when found. The 4th and oldest (well, we don't know Toothless' age) is a shelter rescue we adopted as a kitten.
Both shelter adoptions here along with the previous 2. Probably young though 1-2 years.
Last stray was 1998, moved into a house and found her under it as we could hear her wailing. Skin and bone when found. Starting feeding her outside and eventually she jumped through an open window and curled up with me in bed.
Dexter is a shower cat now. He likes the bathroom it's his safe space. I got peeped!!!!
One of ours likes the shower but waits for me to finish and leave the bathroom before she makes her way in. Obviously I'm nothing to look at.
@Broken_Erika What a lush green neighborhood! Is it yours?
I took that pic during summer.
Mine waits outside the glass door.
In one of my old apartments, my black cat liked to sit in the windowsill.
Thank you for adopting me. Ear scratch please.
Looks like he ate all of Your stuff from the desk
My daughter, she has trained me to let her out in the balcony for afternoon sun.
Thank you for adopting me pt 2, scratch now.
I wouldn't trust ours to be let outside, They're too stupid and likely to run off and not find their way back.
Cats are not stupid ! I think cats should be allowed to go out on their own because "paw"ing their own way is just their own way =) Not letting a cat out and overprotecting him/her is just as bad as not letting a child out to play and overprotecting him imho.
I've noticed this online people don't let them out. We generally do after a week or so of bonding. The neighbourhood is a big kitteh cat playground.
Outside the kitchen window. Lots of green, hedges, bushes.
Don't you think they should be sterilised first?
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