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Star2350
November 11th 03, 07:54 PM
Hello,

I am in a desperate situation here, so if anyone can offer any help, I would
appreciate it.

I am in Ohio and a few weeks ago, I took in a mom cat and her 3 kittens. At
3 weeks of age, my mother;s neighbor decided to toss out her cat with the
kittens. These kittens were found cold and near death when I found them. A
couple of hundred dollars later, I was able to get them back to health. The
problem I now have is that no one wants the last kitten I have available or the
mom cat. I have tried everything. I recently lost my job and have 5 cats and
3 dogs of my own to care for. Most of my money has gone to caring for these
animals that no one else would. I have tried Rescue groups, but they say they
are all full. I have made serveral postings, but nothing. PLEASE, if anyone
knows of someone looking for a beautiful cat and kitten, please contact me. I
am not looking for any money, just a great home for them. I have all their
records and will also include a litter box, food, toys etc. All I am asking
for is someone to open up their hearts and home and give them a home they
deserve.

Here is their info and thanks for listening.

Precious aka "Mom cat": BEAUTIFUL Calico whose colors are gray, yellow, white
with the prettiest dark orange eyes (never seen a color like it) DOB 7/26/02
(she is still very young and can adapt easily). Gets along fine with other
cats, dogs, and kids. Keeps to herself, but is affectionate. Was an excellent
mom to her little ones. In great health, UTD on all shots, and will be fixed
soon.

Oreo: 11 week old kitten with very unusual markings. He is a black and white
tuxedo kitten with grey/blue eyes. Very spunky and loves to play. He is very
socialized and can get along with other cats, dogs, kids etc. UTD on shots,
and been dewormed. Will be getting 2nd round of shots and deworming in about a
week.

MaryL
November 12th 03, 12:02 AM
"Star2350" > wrote in message
...
> Hello,
>
> I am in a desperate situation here, so if anyone can offer any help, I
would
> appreciate it.
>
> I am in Ohio and a few weeks ago, I took in a mom cat and her 3
kittens. At
> 3 weeks of age, my mother;s neighbor decided to toss out her cat with the
> kittens. These kittens were found cold and near death when I found them.
A
> couple of hundred dollars later, I was able to get them back to health.
The
> problem I now have is that no one wants the last kitten I have available
or the
> mom cat. I have tried everything. I recently lost my job and have 5 cats
and
> 3 dogs of my own to care for.
>
>

You are wonderful for undertaking this task -- and your mother's neighbor is
truly a monster. I am in Texas but would like to suggest that you post your
general location in Ohio. That might help to locate someone in your area.

Good luck, and thank you for your efforts!!

MaryL

MaryL
November 12th 03, 12:02 AM
"Star2350" > wrote in message
...
> Hello,
>
> I am in a desperate situation here, so if anyone can offer any help, I
would
> appreciate it.
>
> I am in Ohio and a few weeks ago, I took in a mom cat and her 3
kittens. At
> 3 weeks of age, my mother;s neighbor decided to toss out her cat with the
> kittens. These kittens were found cold and near death when I found them.
A
> couple of hundred dollars later, I was able to get them back to health.
The
> problem I now have is that no one wants the last kitten I have available
or the
> mom cat. I have tried everything. I recently lost my job and have 5 cats
and
> 3 dogs of my own to care for.
>
>

You are wonderful for undertaking this task -- and your mother's neighbor is
truly a monster. I am in Texas but would like to suggest that you post your
general location in Ohio. That might help to locate someone in your area.

Good luck, and thank you for your efforts!!

MaryL

Ted Davis
November 12th 03, 02:31 AM
On 11 Nov 2003 18:54:04 GMT, (Star2350) wrote:

>Hello,
>
> I am in a desperate situation here, so if anyone can offer any help, I would
>appreciate it.

This message is separately posted in a number of groups - that is
really bad form: if the message must be posted in multiple groups,
cross post it to all of them simultaneously. That way the people in
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technical point of view, it saves a truly enormous amount of disk
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Ted Davis
November 12th 03, 02:31 AM
On 11 Nov 2003 18:54:04 GMT, (Star2350) wrote:

>Hello,
>
> I am in a desperate situation here, so if anyone can offer any help, I would
>appreciate it.

This message is separately posted in a number of groups - that is
really bad form: if the message must be posted in multiple groups,
cross post it to all of them simultaneously. That way the people in
one group can see what people in other groups have replied, and from a
technical point of view, it saves a truly enormous amount of disk
space: cross posted messages exist once on each server - only index
entries are duplicated, if that; if separately posted, a separate copy
exists for each group on each of perhaps tens of thousands of servers.


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