cynth (cynthtastic) wrote,
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Need your help

One-year-old kitty needs a home. If you or someone you know is in the market for a spayed kitty who has all her shots, please read this and/or pass it along.

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> Subject: RE: Kitties
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> I don't know why she brought her back. The other person that also feeds
> her told me the cat's life story. I think if there was someone that lived
> out in the "sticks" not in the suburbs, she could be an inside and outside
> cat, at least she will have regular feedings and an inside place in the
> winter. She is affectionate, she lets us pat her, she rolls over when we
> are there, and when she sees our cars she comes by the edge of the parking
> lot and waits for the food. If we bring her treats, she eats them out of
> our hand. Believe me when I say that ever since I discovered her this past
> mid winter, I think of her all the time and trying to figure out ways to
> save her. She is out there always being in danger, If I or the other
> person can't go to feed her, she does not eat. I am really heartbroken
> about her, because my 4 adopted cats are just as important to us as the
> rest of the family. I would love to bring her home with me, but one of the
> older cats I have has some health issues and I don't want to make it
> worst. Here I go rambling on. Thank you Jill.
> Sylvia
>
> -----Original Message-----

> Subject: RE: Kitties
>
> gotcha, but you think she is affectionate? i am wondering why that first
> lady dropped her back off into the wild. maybe she wouldnt be a good
> indoor cat?? i am trying to think of people that might want her.
>
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> Subject: RE: Kitties
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> I think I can. She lets us pat her, but she has very long nails and since
> she very cautious around us I am afraid she might scratch my face.
> Sylvia
>
> -----Original Message-----

> Subject: RE: Kitties
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> Do you think you would be able to catch her??
>
> -----Original Message-----

> Subject: RE: Kitties
>
> She is out side, yes. She is at the Sovereign Bank grounds in Cranbury, by
> Monroe Township. She only comes out of the woods in the evening because
> that is when I and another person goes to feed her. Thank you!!!!
> Sylvia
>
> -----Original Message-----

> Subject: RE: Kitties
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> Oh the poor thing!! I might be able to help. Is she still out in the wild?
> Where is she??
>
> -----Original Message-----

> Subject: FW: Kitties
>
> Hello Jill,
> Bernadette suggested I email you perhaps you know of any loving person to
> adopt the cat I had written to Bernadette, (below) about. She is about 1
> year old. If you know of any no kill shelter that also would be helpful.
> Thank you!
> Sylvia
>
> -----Original Message-----

> Subject: RE: Kitties
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> HI Sylvia, how terrible for those cats! Unfortunately, I don't know of
> any shelters that take cats. I usually advertise to the Insiders when
> people drop cats off by my house (we live in the country and people are
> constantly dropping off cats) and someone here usually adopts them. I've
> probably given away at least 10 cats/kittens in the last 2-3 years. I
> would take her myself but my husband would kill me if I brought home
> another one - not to mention the cats I already own getting angry.
>
> Why don't you have HR put something in the newsletter? Or, Jill has a
> mother and 6 kittens to give away right now. Let her know because she
> might have more takers than cats and might know of someone who wants to
> adopt a mature cat.
>
> I'm sorry I can't help you more.
> Good luck.
> BERN
>
> -----Original Message-----

> Subject: Kitties
>
> Hello Bernadette,
>
> I need help with something that just fell in my lap. Some cruel
> individual just dump a litter of cats at the grounds at the bank where I
> bank. Some of the cats were caught, one of them was killed by a car. Now
> there is just one left; but here is the scenario with her. Some one took
> her home and after 2 or 3 months brought her back at the field. Later
> another woman captured her, had her spaded, and all the appropriate shots
> were given to the cat, but she also put her back in the wild. The cat is
> very friendly, but very cautious when someone goes near her. There are a
> few of us that feed her, but I don't feel she should be out there, she
> could also be killed by a careless driver. I would love to take her in but
> I have 4 cats which I have adopted, 2 of them are 15 years old and I am
> worried that it would not be good for my beloved pets. Why this long
> letter to you? I seem to remember that you are familiar or know of a no
> kill shelter that might take this little cat, I know she will be adopted
> and make a very good companion to someone that would love her. Do you
> think you can help me? Thank you !!!!
>
> Sylvia
>

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