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Hi from Jan and Co in Ireland.

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Hi thank you all for your kind word and support for Irelands feline welfare issues. I also run www.kittenadoption.ie
Who am I. Ok short version I am Jan I am owned by 11 or so feline babies.
In the pecking order.
The Sausage Tabby boy age 14 FIV and 2 stone of cat. He was like that when he adopted me 8 years ago. No lectures on feline obesity please
The Alice Tabby lady AKA the witchy woman. Aged 8 FIV and is the queen bee of the home. What Alice want's Alice gets.
Sebastian age 3. The regal Ginger Sebastian was the feral kitten form hell that could never find a home as he hissed at every potential mom and dad. He now is the most loving boy ever and he knows it.
Dave Tabby boy. Dave was a miracle kitten found in an abandoned house next to his dead mom and siblings Dave was picked up for a respectful burial when the tiny kitten moved. I hand reared him and he is my beautiful baby now.
Treacle aged 5 and FIV Beautiful treacle Tortie who chose to stay and loves everyone.
The Midget age 1 Hell child come sin black and white with a BIG bushy tail. Mines Midget Monster was born blind he has no eyes, he came for assessment to me and I very selfishly kept him....Well it's allowed. He is a spoiled brat that does everything and more a sighted cat does.
Stevie black and white.The wonder cat aged 7. He is also blind and loves his back rubbed. Stevie went blind after his NEUTERING OP!!! He did not adjust to well at first, so we did not think it appropriate to re home him, so he stayed also.
Ruffu's age 3. Came to us a year ago for hospice care. He was a feral cat but now is a gentle puss.He is a deaf white guy who unfortunately is in the latter stages of FIV. He is doing well and he will tell us when it's time to go.
Sugar aged 3 Grey long haired tabby female. Has been re homed twice cried the place down so had to come back. She has decided she ain't going anywhere.
Isis aged 7months. OK My indulgence. My Chocolate spayed Burmese baby. Who loves her Daddy more than I.
Tiny tot. Aged 3.Tiny came into rescue and was found to be pregnant at 17 weeks. She did not have her kitten on vets advice. Tiny is a wee genetic feral who is fine with myself but would not settle in a new home.
Misty. She is just in and we may keep her too. She came in with her brother Robinson both had very bad cat flu. Robinson had his eye removed but gave up the fight, he was just too tired. Misty is about 6 weeks old a tiny grey and white girl. Both her eyes have been affected and she will have limited or no sight. So time will tell is she stays or not...Just don't tell my hubby.
Add to that the 30 odd foster cats and kitten here and you have the picture.
Love n stuff Jan and Co....Phew

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post #3 of 18
Welcome! Do you have any pictures of your babies? =0) We're all a little picture obsessed around here!
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hellllloooooooo! Welcome to the site hope you love it here and yes we CRAVE pictures please!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Hello and welcome to TCS.
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Welcome to TCS Jan!!
You are a very busy person..I applaud you for all the work you do!
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Welcome!
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Welome and WOW
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Let me go figure how to post pictures but you may all be sorry
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Wellcome, wellcome and once more wellcome!!!
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Hi and Welcome to TCS!!!!!


See you on the forums!
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Welcome and what a full house you have! Look forward to seeing pictures.
post #13 of 18
Welcome Jan! Wow! We are honored to have you join us! We hope you stick around to help and add your knowledge about cats with the rest of our members!

Bless you for finding places for these special ones!
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Hi welcome to the site.
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Hello it's nice to meet you!!


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Originally Posted by captiva
Welcome Jan! Wow! We are honored to have you join us! We hope you stick around to help and add your knowledge about cats with the rest of our members!

Bless you for finding places for these special ones!
Welcome to the TCS family, Jan! So many special stories - you will truly be an inspiration to us all!
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Originally Posted by captiva
Welcome Jan! Wow! We are honored to have you join us!
my thoughts EXACTLY!!! to be honest Jan - your introduction brought a tear to my eye as I just want to HUG you!! Thankyou for everything you do for these special kitties - its simply marvellous!!

and also a bit belated but...

Welcome to TCS


Please send me or another mentor a message if you need any help at all in
the forums.

welcome again from me and my boys
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Hi there Jan we're so happy to welcome you and your kitty family to TCS. I'm sure you'll enjoy your stay with us - we're one great big family and you'll find loads of friends here. If I can help at all while you're finding your way around TCS just click on my username and send me a Personal Message - I'll do what I can to answer your questions

Thank you so much for all you do for these little kitties. I can't wait to see photos of your babies
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