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New to these forums, but I can tell that I'm going to be able to learn lots of stuff. Makes me so happy. ^_^

My name is Megan. I'm in school to become a vet tech. Just getting the sciences (chem, micro biology) out of the way.

I currently have two cats, and a homeless kitten.

My first kitty is Rowan. She's a gray and white Tux and one of my friends found her one day and took her to me because of where I work. This was last november, and she was 10 months old. Turns out Ro had a diaphragmatic hernia which I paid to get repaired (and got her half-spayed in the process. O_o) even though I originally was going to be unable to keep her. But now she's mine and she's very much a one-person cat. >_> She's just a little feral to everyone else.

My newly adopted kitty, whom I haven't gotten to bring home yet, is Mallorn. He's 2 years old and half abyssinian I think. He's got the blue abby coloring, the ticking, and the classic black tiger striping up the legs that is so often seen on abby mixes. He's handsome and almost aggressive in his desire for affection (PETMENOWNOWNOWNOW!) and 12lbs of solid muscle. ._. He probably also has a hundred babies in the world due to his former owner not neutering him.

The homeless kitten was found by myself and the same friend who found me Rowan. He's a little black and white tuxedo and already neutered, so we're trying to find his parents. No luck so far. We've taken to calling him Burdock and he's the cutest thing on four legs. He loves for people to give him belly rubs and play with his toes. O_o If we don't find his owner in a few more weeks... he becomes mine.

Gods help me with three cats. >.<
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Welcome to TCS!
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Hello & Welcome to TCS!
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Welcome to TCS, Megan! How exciting for you to become a vet tech! All animals will be so fortunate to have a cat lover who can assist them in their health. You are already getting such great hands-on experience, with the crew that you have. I know that you'll be very busy with your studies, but I hope that you find the time to visit TCS often & let us know how things are going! See you in the forums! Susan
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yaaaay im in school for vet tech school maybe we can help eachother out.... Welcome to TCS
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You're probably well ahead of me. I won't officially be in the program 'til next year.


*clings* teach meeeee!
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Hi, Sierra, Serenity and I welcome you to TCS! So glad you've joined us and look forward to getting to know you better! I would be so happy to help you in any way as you learn your way around the site. Please, simply click on my user name and send me a Private Message!

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Welcome to the Cat Site. We are anxious to see some pics of your kitties. I especially want to see pic of the black and white tux. I had three cats too, but lost my Max in July to kidney failure. He was a black and white tux.
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Gods help me with three cats. >.<
Wait until you are up to five ! It will happen someday

Welcome to the site ! Bless you for taking in these babies

Let me know if you need any help finding your way around here.
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Hi and Welcome to TCS!!!!!

See you on the forums!
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Thankyou all SO much for the warm welcome. ^_^ Bugaboo, I posted pics of both my tuxies just for you. :3
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welcome to the forum

How nice of you for taking care and keeping all those kitties
I'm also looking forward to seeing pics of them, I noticed you replied saying:
Bugaboo, I posted pics of both my tuxies just for you. :3
but I don't see the pics anywhere?

see you around the forum.
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Hello and welcome!! It's nice to meet you!!
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Kateyes, the pictures are in the photo section of the forum, under "Rowan and the homeless kitten".
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Welcome! I am donna proudly owned by the incredible trio & surrogate mum to a year old shepard mix girl Freesia
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