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    Such an adorable little bundle of fluff! She's absolutely gorgeous!

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    I love the diamond on her nose ♥

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    Can see why you fell for her, she's adorable.

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    She's freaking gorgeous!
    I was expecting some hideous scruffy rat.
    What are you gonna name her?
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    Now this IS an interesting situation, isn't it?

    Firstly, cats are great Pugger. So little hassle and so much affection to give. Enjoy, she is gorgeous.

    But if I can go off-topic (just a wee bit) one of the first things that came to mind is Nelson. (?) Member was...I think...Zen.???
    Now that member was pounded about doing the right thing and taking the dog to the local shelter for the correct amount of time, ...and to my knowledge it is the same scenario and law for cats, so why is this situation being treated VERY differently to how Nelson's owner was treated?

    I'm curious...

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    Quote Originally Posted by puggerup View Post
    Ok she is a female and around 12 weeks old max with no micro chip. Very affectionate and sweet.
    I don't know what to do.. I worry there's an owner out there very very worried.
    You hope there is

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    Aww Pug, its a cutie, and I'm not a cat person either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    Now this IS an interesting situation, isn't it?

    Firstly, cats are great Pugger. So little hassle and so much affection to give. Enjoy, she is gorgeous.

    But if I can go off-topic (just a wee bit) one of the first things that came to mind is Nelson. (?) Member was...I think...Zen.???
    Now that member was pounded about doing the right thing and taking the dog to the local shelter for the correct amount of time, ...and to my knowledge it is the same scenario and law for cats, so why is this situation being treated VERY differently to how Nelson's owner was treated?

    I'm curious...
    Because it's a kitten that has been found in bushland, covered in fleas and dirty as anything. Wasn't Zen's find in a busy area with a well looked after dog being found, removed from the area it was found in and relocated without even searching for the owners? Because the dog was loose they decided to keep him/her?

    Pugger has left contact details with the vets so if anyone does come forward for her they can contact pugger and organise to pay for the vet work that has been done. Frankly given how many cats and kittens are in the shelters with more being surrendered/found each day, I'm glad this kitty has landed on all 4 paws in a great home

    IMO the situations are entirely different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela's Gone Batty View Post
    Because it's a kitten that has been found in bushland, covered in fleas and dirty as anything. Wasn't Zen's find in a busy area with a well looked after dog being found, removed from the area it was found in and relocated without even searching for the owners? Because the dog was loose they decided to keep him/her?

    Pugger has left contact details with the vets so if anyone does come forward for her they can contact pugger and organise to pay for the vet work that has been done. Frankly given how many cats and kittens are in the shelters with more being surrendered/found each day, I'm glad this kitty has landed on all 4 paws in a great home

    IMO the situations are entirely different.
    No, I think Zen's situation was worse than what you've described. But what it makes me wonder is - is it in the best interest of the animal to be taken to the local shelter???

    In total honesty, I wouldn't. I'd liase with our local shelter, but at no stage would I add to their burden by taking an animal into them. Maybe that's wrong, but looking at the situation of both Pugger and Zen, it is what I think I would do.

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