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Giving 6 cats, 1 kitten to good homes

post #1 of 13
Thread Starter 
1. Michelob - Male Brown/Grey tiger striped with White 2 years
2. Mama's Boy - Male Tuxedo 1 and a half years
3. Domino - Male Tuxedo 1 year
4. Sonic - Female Tiger striped/Grey and Tan 1 year (has allergies)
5. Chicken - Male Grey tiger striped with white paws and underside 6 months
6. Baby Kitten - Female Brown with black stripes 2 and half months
7. Precious - Female Brown with black stripes and white 1 year

All not neuter/spay

Michelob has his shots

We can't take care of them. It's heartbreaking to see them go...we will miss them dearly.

Please we need to give these kitties new homes soon.


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post #2 of 13
You shouldnt post your number or email on here because some bad person can get ahold of it. I wish I could help you but can not. I am already getting a kittenand have been offered alot. You can have people pm you.
post #3 of 13
I agree - also please get these kittens fixed before going to their new homes. it will be much easier on the people adopting them and on them so they aren't bred later on in life. good luck!
post #4 of 13
Thread Starter 
The 2 month old kitten is getting sick. The little one must get out of the house away from the other kitties. We can't afford a vet.

Baby kitten(unnamed)
Female Tabby - Grey
2 month old

She likes to perch on your shoulder. Has to have Purina, Iams cat/kitten food (she won't eat otherwise). Will cry for her mother, Precious but is old enough to have hard food and she's potty trained. No shots. Too young to be spayed. She eats a little bit every 4 hours. Licks, doesn't bite. Bites when only plays.
post #5 of 13
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Originally Posted by drgnkitty_09 View Post
The 2 month old kitten is getting sick. The little one must get out of the house away from the other kitties. We can't afford a vet.

Baby kitten(unnamed)
Female Tabby - Grey
2 month old

She likes to perch on your shoulder. Has to have Purina, Iams cat/kitten food (she won't eat otherwise). Will cry for her mother, Precious but is old enough to have hard food and she's potty trained. No shots. Too young to be spayed. She eats a little bit every 4 hours. Licks, doesn't bite. Bites when only plays.

You need to find a shelter that will vet these animals ..... adopters are not going to want to have an unvetted kit.
post #6 of 13
I would suggest taking them to a no kill shelter and having them vetted as well. I also would not give them away for free. You get freaks who will use them to train fight dogs.
Maybe if you post pictures it will help.
post #7 of 13
Thread Starter 
Baby Kitten somehow got an respiratory problem. Her eye was coming out. We took her to the Humane Society in the Emergency Section and they had to put her down.
post #8 of 13
Thats why I do not take sick cats to teh pound. They always say to have them pts even when they will be ok.
post #9 of 13
I understand difficult situations..believe me I've been there. May I ask why u have to get rid of them I understand having a big heart and not being able to turn them away, but taking to much on, not giving them vet care. and then having to give them all away is so sad. I am not trying to be critical but this is the worst time of year. there are so many strays out there and with the economy the way it is, people just are not adopting as much
I have had kittens not even two weeks old and only 8-10 ounces survive respitory problems.
An eye coming out sounds like an injury of some sort. The vet probably figured it was to expensive to treat kitty and thought the most humane thing to do was to put her to sleep
I wish you all the luck in finding homes...
post #10 of 13
Thread Starter 
We rent the house we live in. The landlord says we have to many cats - we are keeping 3. He is giving us until Sept. 3rd, 2008 to give them new homes or we are out a place to live.

My roommate took Baby Kitten to The Humane Society. She was very sick and had to be put down because the vets couldn't get her well.
post #11 of 13
We just moved to a House from a Apartment. They always are to strict with pets. I sure hope my brother dosent get caught. He is only allowed two pets but has 7. He boards them at the vet when they have inspection. So many places only allow 2 pets.
post #12 of 13
Please spay and neuter your kittens before finding adopters for them. You can ask for a fee that covers it from the potential adopters. Almost no ore (except people with nefarious ideas or those who will sell your beautiful to a lab for money or those who will think babies they acquired for nothing are worth nothing!) will want unaltered kitties. It is for their own good! And yours.

I am so very sorry for your kitten. As a newly minted vet, I am certain your cat could well have been helped and it's sad but true that pounds or municipally financed shelters will kill kittens or vets who think that way or are told by the cat's person that they cannot afford. Some vets WILL call those they know who are searching for a kitten or keep them but clearly this one was of the old school, sigh!

You mentioned a financial problem. Those seeking a kitten- and there are millions of kittens available - want one vetted as healthy and altered. Please do this for your beloved kittens. They need it. (and whatever you do, PLEASE charge a fee!)
post #13 of 13
The OP has said they can't afford any vet care, my guess is that they can't afford the spays/neutered and vaccinations even if they are going to be reimbursed by an adopter and few vets will help with payment plans, especially if you have no history with them.

Would the Humane Society take the healthy kitties? What about your local Animal Control, do they have a shelter?
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