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My daughter borrowing the neighbors kitten

post #1 of 16
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I posted a thread about my daughter trying to steal the neighbor's kitten

http://www.thecatsite.com/forums/sho...d.php?t=198701
Raina will not leave this baby alone



post #2 of 16
Awwww! Well -- maybe your daughter is trying to tell you to get her a kitten (hint, hint!)
post #3 of 16
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Awwww! Well -- maybe your daughter is trying to tell you to get her a kitten (hint, hint!)
I agree! She needs a kitten and I just so happen to have 4 I can send them your way when they are older
post #4 of 16
That's adorable! Reminds me of me when I was little, I was always packing around a cat. The neighbor lady's cat was always good for a litter of kittens on a regular basis. She helped feed my cat addiction...I socialized her kittens!
When I was a kid, the first thing I wanted to know when we went to visit someone, did they have cats. Didn't care if they had any kids my age....I just wanted to see cats!
post #5 of 16
Maybe your daughter senses something; that she and this kitten were destined to be together. A bond she can only communicate through loving the sweet little thing.
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Maybe your daughter senses something; that she and this kitten were destined to be together. A bond she can only communicate through loving the sweet little thing.
Hm. I gotta agree here. It seems that your daughter and this adorable black kitty were meant to be.
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Maybe your daughter senses something; that she and this kitten were destined to be together. A bond she can only communicate through loving the sweet little thing.
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Hm. I gotta agree here. It seems that your daughter and this adorable black kitty were meant to be.
I think she wants to care for this baby, because the neighbors don't seem to be looking after it . I have never seen them play with it or even pet it. I am starting to get concerned about this little one. I noticed today it has ear mites. it is also very thin. I think my daughter has sensed this little needs her
post #8 of 16
Oh she's too adorable. You're right she does take after you.
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I think she wants to care for this baby, because the neighbors don't seem to be looking after it . I have never seen them play with it or even pet it. I am starting to get concerned about this little one. I noticed today it has ear mites. it is also very thin. I think my daughter has sensed this little needs her
Your daughter has a big heart, and this kitten deserves to be with her. I can only imagine how hard of a challenge you have to balance the two, not piss the neighbors off at the same time not let it break your daughters heart.
DO you have a relationship with your neighbors? Can you talk to them about your concerns for the kitten? Maybe offer to help?
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Your daughter has a big heart, and this kitten deserves to be with her. I can only imagine how hard of a challenge you have to balance the two, not piss the neighbors off at the same time not let it break your daughters heart.
DO you have a relationship with your neighbors? Can you talk to them about your concerns for the kitten? Maybe offer to help?
I agree with this. This is the more reasonable answer. My instinct is to grab the baby and run.
post #11 of 16
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Your daughter has a big heart, and this kitten deserves to be with her. I can only imagine how hard of a challenge you have to balance the two, not piss the neighbors off at the same time not let it break your daughters heart.
DO you have a relationship with your neighbors? Can you talk to them about your concerns for the kitten? Maybe offer to help?
I hope you can find a solution that works well for everyone.

That kitten is adorable, and your daughter looks like a real sweetheart.
She also really reminds me of me as a child. I did the same sort of things.
post #12 of 16
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Your daughter has a big heart, and this kitten deserves to be with her. I can only imagine how hard of a challenge you have to balance the two, not piss the neighbors off at the same time not let it break your daughters heart.
DO you have a relationship with your neighbors? Can you talk to them about your concerns for the kitten? Maybe offer to help?
I don't know the neighbours . The biggest problem is cats and dogs are well cared for where I live. Most cats like this little girl live outside , not spayed , not shots. They never see a vet. They are expected to be mousers. One disappears they just get another one. This is why I ended up with the 3 cats I have. It breaks my heart
post #13 of 16
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I don't know the neighbours . The biggest problem is cats and dogs are well cared for where I live. Most cats like this little girl live outside , not spayed , not shots. They never see a vet. They are expected to be mousers. One disappears they just get another one. This is why I ended up with the 3 cats I have. It breaks my heart
That's really, really sad. So, if you do take in the cat, then the neighbors won't even notice, right? I know, that's probably not the best answer, but I am smitten with this little one--just like your daughter.
post #14 of 16
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That's really, really sad. So, if you do take in the cat, then the neighbors won't even notice, right? I know, that's probably not the best answer, but I am smitten with this little one--just like your daughter.
Hehehe thats how I got Kahlua. I stole her from our neighbors.
post #15 of 16
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That's really, really sad. So, if you do take in the cat, then the neighbors won't even notice, right? I know, that's probably not the best answer, but I am smitten with this little one--just like your daughter.
They will just get another kitten. They had one last fall. I guess it didn't make it through the winter.

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Hehehe thats how I got Kahlua. I stole her from our neighbors.
This little girl is the sweetest. If I didn't already have three. She would be hiding out in my house.
When I snuggle her she softly puts her paws on my face and kisses my chin.
Dh has been feeding her. We will continue to care for her. This is how I ended up with Mama (semi-feral) and her son Gus.
post #16 of 16
That is so cute, I was like that too, always had to have animals with me.
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