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Old January 3rd 07, 04:41 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.community
unclefred
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Default Looking for Friendly TED in Ottawa, Catnada.

Hi Kitties,
We are looking for a TED in Ottawa, Ontario, Catnada (or nearby) that is
cat friendly and never declaws. Duz enny kitty know of one? You may reply
by email or here on our group.

--
Regards,
Fred Williams
  #2  
Old January 4th 07, 04:08 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.community
Stormmee
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Default Looking for Friendly TED in Ottawa, Catnada.

we iz too fur away but we hopes you geta gud one... at leazt az gud az a ted
kan be, Tiger fur hiz howze
unclefred wrote in message
...
Hi Kitties,
We are looking for a TED in Ottawa, Ontario, Catnada (or nearby)

that is
cat friendly and never declaws. Duz enny kitty know of one? You may

reply
by email or here on our group.

--
Regards,
Fred Williams



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Old January 4th 07, 01:36 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.community
unclefred
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Default Looking for Friendly TED in Ottawa, Catnada.

Fangu Stormee, and all da best in da Mew Year.

Diana, Ryan & Cinnamon

Stormmee wrote:

we iz too fur away but we hopes you geta gud one... at leazt az gud az a
ted kan be, Tiger fur hiz howze
unclefred wrote in message
...
Hi Kitties,
We are looking for a TED in Ottawa, Ontario, Catnada (or nearby)

that is
cat friendly and never declaws. Duz enny kitty know of one? You may

reply
by email or here on our group.

--
Regards,
Fred Williams


--
Regards,
Fred Williams
  #4  
Old January 4th 07, 08:01 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.community
Stormmee
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Default Looking for Friendly TED in Ottawa, Catnada.

happi new year, to alla you, Stormmee fur her howze
unclefred wrote in message
...
Fangu Stormee, and all da best in da Mew Year.

Diana, Ryan & Cinnamon

Stormmee wrote:

we iz too fur away but we hopes you geta gud one... at leazt az gud az a
ted kan be, Tiger fur hiz howze
unclefred wrote in message
...
Hi Kitties,
We are looking for a TED in Ottawa, Ontario, Catnada (or

nearby)
that is
cat friendly and never declaws. Duz enny kitty know of one? You may

reply
by email or here on our group.

--
Regards,
Fred Williams


--
Regards,
Fred Williams



  #5  
Old January 4th 07, 08:26 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.community
Timmie's Mommy
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Default Looking for Friendly TED in Ottawa, Catnada.


unclefred wrote:
Hi Kitties,
We are looking for a TED in Ottawa, Ontario, Catnada (or nearby) that is
cat friendly and never declaws. Duz enny kitty know of one? You may reply
by email or here on our group.

--
Regards,
Fred Williams


Wen da meowmie livved in Ottawa a millyun yeers ago, she usta take Bert
(RB) and Annymo(RB) to da Alta Vista Animal Clinic on Bank St near
Walkley Rd. Dat wuz a looooooooooong time ago, but her sed dat da TEDs
dere wuz furry good. (as if a TED cood be furry good)

Momnote- I lived in Ottawa in the 80s, and was blessed with two kittens
that were part wildcat of some sort. I used the Alta Vista Animal
Clinic, and found them to have a very caring, good staff. I'm sure
some, if not all of them have changed by now, but if the clinic is
still there, I'd try them out. I can't say what their declaw policies
are/were, because I don't believe in it myself, so never asked. For
what it's worth, I've lived all across Catnada, and all of the vets
I've encountered are strongly against declawing.

Timmie anna Meowmie

  #6  
Old January 4th 07, 09:56 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.community
unclefred
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Posts: 27
Default Looking for Friendly TED in Ottawa, Catnada.

Timmie's Mommy wrote:


unclefred wrote:
Hi Kitties,
We are looking for a TED in Ottawa, Ontario, Catnada (or nearby)
that is
cat friendly and never declaws. Duz enny kitty know of one? You may
reply by email or here on our group.

--
Regards,
Fred Williams


Wen da meowmie livved in Ottawa a millyun yeers ago, she usta take Bert
(RB) and Annymo(RB) to da Alta Vista Animal Clinic on Bank St near
Walkley Rd. Dat wuz a looooooooooong time ago, but her sed dat da TEDs
dere wuz furry good. (as if a TED cood be furry good)

Momnote- I lived in Ottawa in the 80s, and was blessed with two kittens
that were part wildcat of some sort. I used the Alta Vista Animal
Clinic, and found them to have a very caring, good staff. I'm sure
some, if not all of them have changed by now, but if the clinic is
still there, I'd try them out. I can't say what their declaw policies
are/were, because I don't believe in it myself, so never asked. For
what it's worth, I've lived all across Catnada, and all of the vets
I've encountered are strongly against declawing.

Timmie anna Meowmie


I have asked in a couple of places and the TEDs there have said they will
declaw. Naturally I won't go back to those places, if I can find one who
doesn't. In Quebec where I used to live it was impossible to find a vet
that didn't declaw. They all do it and some even canvas you to declaw your
cat when you take it in for other services. The truly are TEDs!
I'll check out the Alta Vista AC. If anyone has any other rcommendations,
I'd be happy to hear them, especially any further west than Bank St. I
sometime go into a clinic and ask if they declaw cats, not letting on that
I am against it. If they say yes, then I politely state that I am looking
for a vet that will refuse to do it, and I walk out.


--
Regards,
Fred Williams
  #7  
Old January 5th 07, 01:09 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.community
Stormmee
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Default Looking for Friendly TED in Ottawa, Catnada.

owr soft talked to owr ted abowt diz anna da ted sayed sumfin dat made sum
senze, hersef duzint likta doit, butted hersef sayed dat ifin hersef refuzes
den some ofur ted who izunt az gud anna iz juzt der fur da money willz doit
anna hurta kitty efin more, so ifin hersef kan't hep da kitty'z hooman see
how to not doit hersef willz, Stormmee, who almozt had herz klawz remofed
kuz da new ted heper marked da wrong box,
unclefred wrote in message
...
Timmie's Mommy wrote:


unclefred wrote:
Hi Kitties,
We are looking for a TED in Ottawa, Ontario, Catnada (or

nearby)
that is
cat friendly and never declaws. Duz enny kitty know of one? You may
reply by email or here on our group.

--
Regards,
Fred Williams


Wen da meowmie livved in Ottawa a millyun yeers ago, she usta take Bert
(RB) and Annymo(RB) to da Alta Vista Animal Clinic on Bank St near
Walkley Rd. Dat wuz a looooooooooong time ago, but her sed dat da TEDs
dere wuz furry good. (as if a TED cood be furry good)

Momnote- I lived in Ottawa in the 80s, and was blessed with two kittens
that were part wildcat of some sort. I used the Alta Vista Animal
Clinic, and found them to have a very caring, good staff. I'm sure
some, if not all of them have changed by now, but if the clinic is
still there, I'd try them out. I can't say what their declaw policies
are/were, because I don't believe in it myself, so never asked. For
what it's worth, I've lived all across Catnada, and all of the vets
I've encountered are strongly against declawing.

Timmie anna Meowmie


I have asked in a couple of places and the TEDs there have said

they will
declaw. Naturally I won't go back to those places, if I can find one who
doesn't. In Quebec where I used to live it was impossible to find a vet
that didn't declaw. They all do it and some even canvas you to declaw

your
cat when you take it in for other services. The truly are TEDs!
I'll check out the Alta Vista AC. If anyone has any other

rcommendations,
I'd be happy to hear them, especially any further west than Bank St. I
sometime go into a clinic and ask if they declaw cats, not letting on that
I am against it. If they say yes, then I politely state that I am looking
for a vet that will refuse to do it, and I walk out.


--
Regards,
Fred Williams



  #8  
Old January 5th 07, 03:18 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.community
unclefred
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Posts: 27
Default Looking for Friendly TED in Ottawa, Catnada.

First, we'z so glad Stormee still haz herownselves claws.
Second, we can appreshiate da logik uv dat point uv view, but we'z not
shure it's gointa have da overall effect uv makin kitties safer in da long
run. What ifn all TEDs thot da same way. Then effurry TED wud be doin it.
Where wud that leave usses? Ifn da other TEDs that isn't as good know that
da gud TEDs are doin it tuu, then duzn't dat encourages themownselves to
keep doin it, Cus they think that if'n da gud TEDs are doin it, then it
can't be tuu bad.
We think we need mor TEDS refusin and lettin uffer TEDs know that they
disapprove and refuse, and why. It sets an example. We think we needs
more uv our hoomans raisin da ishu wif TEDs effurrywayer. We think they
need to read about da Island of Doctor Moreau. Dat's what we think.

Diana, Ryan & Cinnamon,... and our Hooman Fred.

Stormmee wrote:

owr soft talked to owr ted abowt diz anna da ted sayed sumfin dat made sum
senze, hersef duzint likta doit, butted hersef sayed dat ifin hersef
refuzes den some ofur ted who izunt az gud anna iz juzt der fur da money
willz doit anna hurta kitty efin more, so ifin hersef kan't hep da kitty'z
hooman see how to not doit hersef willz, Stormmee, who almozt had herz
klawz remofed kuz da new ted heper marked da wrong box,
unclefred wrote in message
...
Timmie's Mommy wrote:


unclefred wrote:
Hi Kitties,
We are looking for a TED in Ottawa, Ontario, Catnada (or

nearby)
that is
cat friendly and never declaws. Duz enny kitty know of one? You may
reply by email or here on our group.

--
Regards,
Fred Williams

Wen da meowmie livved in Ottawa a millyun yeers ago, she usta take Bert
(RB) and Annymo(RB) to da Alta Vista Animal Clinic on Bank St near
Walkley Rd. Dat wuz a looooooooooong time ago, but her sed dat da TEDs
dere wuz furry good. (as if a TED cood be furry good)

Momnote- I lived in Ottawa in the 80s, and was blessed with two kittens
that were part wildcat of some sort. I used the Alta Vista Animal
Clinic, and found them to have a very caring, good staff. I'm sure
some, if not all of them have changed by now, but if the clinic is
still there, I'd try them out. I can't say what their declaw policies
are/were, because I don't believe in it myself, so never asked. For
what it's worth, I've lived all across Catnada, and all of the vets
I've encountered are strongly against declawing.

Timmie anna Meowmie


I have asked in a couple of places and the TEDs there have said

they will
declaw. Naturally I won't go back to those places, if I can find one who
doesn't. In Quebec where I used to live it was impossible to find a vet
that didn't declaw. They all do it and some even canvas you to declaw

your
cat when you take it in for other services. The truly are TEDs!
I'll check out the Alta Vista AC. If anyone has any other

rcommendations,
I'd be happy to hear them, especially any further west than Bank St. I
sometime go into a clinic and ask if they declaw cats, not letting on
that
I am against it. If they say yes, then I politely state that I am
looking for a vet that will refuse to do it, and I walk out.


--
Regards,
Fred Williams


--
Regards,
Fred Williams
  #9  
Old January 5th 07, 03:30 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.community
Stormmee
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Posts: 12,281
Default Looking for Friendly TED in Ottawa, Catnada.

I thinkz owr ted usta refuze ta doit until her efin opined herown kitty only
pratcize, den one day hersef hadda remof a whole paw ofa mangled kitty dat
anofur ted messed up so now hersef duzit, hersef duz say dat herself wuuld
purfur ofur wayz ta deal wif clawz issuez butted hersef sayed diz iz da bezt
fur kittez hersef kan do anna peoplez shuuld do like in england anna makez
itself illegal, Stormmee, glad da ted iz careful anna notized da miztake,
unclefred wrote in message
...
First, we'z so glad Stormee still haz herownselves claws.
Second, we can appreshiate da logik uv dat point uv view, but we'z

not
shure it's gointa have da overall effect uv makin kitties safer in da long
run. What ifn all TEDs thot da same way. Then effurry TED wud be doin

it.
Where wud that leave usses? Ifn da other TEDs that isn't as good know

that
da gud TEDs are doin it tuu, then duzn't dat encourages themownselves to
keep doin it, Cus they think that if'n da gud TEDs are doin it, then it
can't be tuu bad.
We think we need mor TEDS refusin and lettin uffer TEDs know that

they
disapprove and refuse, and why. It sets an example. We think we needs
more uv our hoomans raisin da ishu wif TEDs effurrywayer. We think they
need to read about da Island of Doctor Moreau. Dat's what we think.

Diana, Ryan & Cinnamon,... and our Hooman Fred.

Stormmee wrote:

owr soft talked to owr ted abowt diz anna da ted sayed sumfin dat made

sum
senze, hersef duzint likta doit, butted hersef sayed dat ifin hersef
refuzes den some ofur ted who izunt az gud anna iz juzt der fur da money
willz doit anna hurta kitty efin more, so ifin hersef kan't hep da

kitty'z
hooman see how to not doit hersef willz, Stormmee, who almozt had herz
klawz remofed kuz da new ted heper marked da wrong box,
unclefred wrote in message
...
Timmie's Mommy wrote:


unclefred wrote:
Hi Kitties,
We are looking for a TED in Ottawa, Ontario, Catnada (or

nearby)
that is
cat friendly and never declaws. Duz enny kitty know of one? You

may
reply by email or here on our group.

--
Regards,
Fred Williams

Wen da meowmie livved in Ottawa a millyun yeers ago, she usta take

Bert
(RB) and Annymo(RB) to da Alta Vista Animal Clinic on Bank St near
Walkley Rd. Dat wuz a looooooooooong time ago, but her sed dat da

TEDs
dere wuz furry good. (as if a TED cood be furry good)

Momnote- I lived in Ottawa in the 80s, and was blessed with two

kittens
that were part wildcat of some sort. I used the Alta Vista Animal
Clinic, and found them to have a very caring, good staff. I'm sure
some, if not all of them have changed by now, but if the clinic is
still there, I'd try them out. I can't say what their declaw

policies
are/were, because I don't believe in it myself, so never asked. For
what it's worth, I've lived all across Catnada, and all of the vets
I've encountered are strongly against declawing.

Timmie anna Meowmie

I have asked in a couple of places and the TEDs there have said

they will
declaw. Naturally I won't go back to those places, if I can find one

who
doesn't. In Quebec where I used to live it was impossible to find a

vet
that didn't declaw. They all do it and some even canvas you to declaw

your
cat when you take it in for other services. The truly are TEDs!
I'll check out the Alta Vista AC. If anyone has any other

rcommendations,
I'd be happy to hear them, especially any further west than Bank St. I
sometime go into a clinic and ask if they declaw cats, not letting on
that
I am against it. If they say yes, then I politely state that I am
looking for a vet that will refuse to do it, and I walk out.


--
Regards,
Fred Williams


--
Regards,
Fred Williams



 




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