Cat do's and donts ...

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Re: Cat do's and donts ...

Postby ScrapHappy » Thu Jan 27, 2011 7:58 pm

Good thought Gayle - the people who work at the RSPCA will hopefully be able to pick that up from the cat's behaviour, unless of course they know the family who are surrendering it. I know when we got our dog from the RSPCA they certainly did know she'd been cruelly treated - consequently she loved us to bits because we were kind to her and sure did love her back! It will be an adventure, not having had cats before, but we are so looking forward to it :D

Thanks for the prayers Sal - looking forward to the end result! :lol:
I'm Tracey from Sydney, married to Cameron and mum to Andrew (17) and Claire (13).
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