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post #1 of 12
Thread Starter 
Here is one little guy that really gets around I hope that whoever he belongs to see's this....

Israeli cat takes a cruise..the hard way
post #2 of 12
Awe poor poor cute baby! I sure do hope as well that whoevers cat he is gets him back and if not he goes to a loving home!!!
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post #4 of 12
And we panic when our little ones go one day without food. They can be amazingly tough.
post #5 of 12
I hope they find his owners! The same thing happened to a Wisconsin kitty who accidentally traveled to France. He must have been wearing a collar or been microchipped though because they found the owners right away. He was flown home safe and sound.
post #6 of 12
Oh,I saw this story on the local news last night,what a very lucky little kitty he is to survive for so long
Isn't it just typical there was no mention of Cats Protection in the article
The RSPCA take in the cat and pass him onto Cats Protection to save the little chappy .I bet if Cats Protection hadn't taken him and paid for his quarantine he probably would have been PTS and all the millions the RSPCA has*sigh*

I do hope he finds his owner,but I think they'll have to wait a good few months before he can go home

He is safe now and thats what matters
post #7 of 12
The poor little guy. That must have been torture! I'm glad that he was able to survive. Now I just hope that they can find his owners. They must be worried sick.
post #8 of 12
Thread Starter 
Stories like this one just strike a cord with me, because of my little buddy, Mr. Hobo Skimbleshanks..



The Hobo showed up at our factory one morning, inside a railroad boxcar that had left Georgia 6 days earlier. He was at most 10 weeks old then, and he trotted right up to the production manager and sat on her feet looking up...he already knew about the turkey sandwich in her fanny pack
post #9 of 12
Poor Kitty!
post #10 of 12
That poor cat stuck in a box for 17 days and no food and water. I hope he gets a really good home.
post #11 of 12
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Originally Posted by furryferals View Post
Isn't it just typical there was no mention of Cats Protection in the article
The RSPCA take in the cat and pass him onto Cats Protection to save the little chappy .I bet if Cats Protection hadn't taken him and paid for his quarantine he probably would have been PTS and all the millions the RSPCA has*sigh*
And they wonder why i send the majority of my donations to The Cats Protection
post #12 of 12
Aaaaaaaaaw, little sweety
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