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Hi I'm new to your forums and have already got advice and help from lotsocats. I have just aquired two new pussycats who have been used for breeding purposes, they have had no love what so ever, they have been kept outside in pens so as I speak molly is mesmorised with the washing machine telling it off for something or other. It's a bit stressful to say the least having to keep my two older cats out of the kitchen and computer room but if the seperation works it will be well worth it. Anyway enough rambling see you later Ragdolly
post #2 of 5
Nice to have you on board and you're so great getting those breeding cats and taking them into your home. Prepare for fun!
post #3 of 5
What an angel you are for giving these fur babes this chance!
WELCOME to our furry family!
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Hi I don't know about angel, maybe mad but when I look into those beautiful blue eyes I know I think it's the right decision, I just don't want my other girls to feel left out.We've just been out playing with the ball with my 7 yr old daughter around the woods and I'm absolutely boiling, no air conditioning in our house I'll speak to you later, byeeee
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Nope, Debra is right. You are absolutely an angel to those two girls, and they will thank you every day for the rest of their lives. It will take some time and patience, but I think you will have an integrated fuzzy family before you know it.

Oh, and welcome to the site. I'm glad that lotsocats was able to help. I was keeping up with that thread, but she answered everything so well I couldn't add anything. I look forward to getting to know you better, and to hear how things progress with your kitties.
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