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    hay my two cat are doing it
    and my mum sald to let them be
    im curious what is happening why are they doing it

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    Oh.
    So much to say

    Your cat will no doubt have kittens and if you cant find homes for them will end in the pound or dumped.
    Tell your mother it is not alright.
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    i will tell her to nigth

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    I assume it is the noise and commotion that has you in wonder and is making you curious.

    I must say though that I agree with Choppa. Unless it is a planned mating, you are possibly creating more problems than what they are worth.

    More cats than dogs are killed every year because no-one wants them. The RSPCA kills literally thousands of kittens that are surrendered to them, and that they pick up because they are abandoned and unwanted, every kittne season.
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    its planned mating, yes it the nose and commotion that made me curious.

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    I shall say nothing.....
    Mummies little 12 years in the making..... and Daddies little ratbag!!
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    What breed of cat do you have?
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    ragdolls

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    Gorgeous. I think Molly, my cat, may have Ragdoll in her.
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    An optimist sees the glass as half full;
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    Quote Originally Posted by kassie jones View Post
    its planned mating, yes it the nose and commotion that made me curious.
    So you knew they were'doing' it and that it was a planned 'mating' so what was your question again


    I love ragdoll cats,does your Mums have a Cattery name ?
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