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#1 faultlessjoint

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Posted 07 August 2012 - 02:58 PM

A friend of mine has two adorable and sweet kittens up for adoption to a good home. They are sisters from the same litter and are approximately 4 months old. They have not yet been vaccinated or spayed, so any new owner would need to get that taken care of ASAP. Spay Neuter Charlotte has a special where you can get a kitten fixed and vaccinated for only $99.

Here is a picture: http://i.imgur.com/LsUET.jpg

PM me or respond here if you are interested.

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Posted 07 August 2012 - 03:00 PM

thought this was Zod.....nvm

#3 Mrs Pantherfan

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Posted 07 August 2012 - 03:23 PM

Please be extremely careful when spaying your cats there..they almost killed my cat and their fug up ended up costing me close to $400

Panthro and Z...I know you hate cats more than anything else in life and you'd be rooting for them to die...but for once could you be nice?

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Posted 07 August 2012 - 03:24 PM

ah so cute. Love cats!

#5 Panthro

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Posted 07 August 2012 - 03:27 PM

I have to go get my pup spayed in 2 weeks....when shes close to 4 months. I'm a worried father.

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Posted 07 August 2012 - 03:29 PM

seeing your animal still "under" the same day they just had surgery...is heartbreaking to watch. It's worth the extra money for them to be monitored and kept over night at your vets office

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Posted 07 August 2012 - 06:15 PM

The kittens could be homosexual. Check first. You could save some money.

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Posted 08 August 2012 - 10:11 AM

seeing your animal still "under" the same day they just had surgery...is heartbreaking to watch. It's worth the extra money for them to be monitored and kept over night at your vets office


Except all of the vets Ive ever taken my animals to dont monitor the pets at night - in fact there isnt anyone at the office at all - the pets are better off at home with you so you can watch them overnight and get them to an emergency clinic if necessary.

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Posted 08 August 2012 - 10:36 AM

I've always laughed at my pets when they are trying to come out from anesthesia, the drunken walk of a puppy is great. Which reminds me I have to get mine fixed this month...

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Posted 08 August 2012 - 10:46 AM

Watch this show before you adopt:


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Posted 08 August 2012 - 10:57 AM

Except all of the vets Ive ever taken my animals to dont monitor the pets at night - in fact there isnt anyone at the office at all - the pets are better off at home with you so you can watch them overnight and get them to an emergency clinic if necessary.


Had they stitched her up correctly to begin with her intestines wouldn't have ended up poking out of her abdomen....

I'm bitter with the humane society

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Posted 08 August 2012 - 12:14 PM

The humane society here doesnt have their own doctors - they give local vets a flat rate to come into their facility and work on the animals. Its piece work for the vets and you get what you pay for. Usually the least experienced vets that are trying to establish a practice or one that doesnt have a very good repetoire with their customers owners - thus the need to make some money. Of course Im sure there are a few who do it out of the kindness of their heart.

While were on this subject - this happened locally here - pretty sickening - its time for the state of North Carolina to bring their animal welfare laws into the 20 th century.


Leland, N.C. - Animal rescue groups and the Brunswick County Sheriff's Office seized more than 100 dogs from a suspected puppy mill Friday afternoon in Leland.
Kim Alboum, director of the North Carolina Humane Society, said the animals, which include poodles, Yorkshire terriers and shih tzus, have been living in tight, uncomfortable living conditions in a doublewide trailer without electricity.
Cages were stacked on top of one another, and in some instances, rescuers found cockroaches crawling on puppies.
Alboum described the living conditions as "atrocious."
"This is the worst puppy mill I have seen in North Carolina," she said. "Those animals inside that house were suffering immensely. It is filthy, disgusting."
Brunswick County sheriff's deputies arrested the dogs' owners, Andrew and Amelia Millis, of Wilmington, on charges of animal neglect and animal cruelty charges, but authorities did not have the exact charges Friday evening.
A final count on the number of dogs rescued also wasn't available.
They were being evaluated Friday evening and were to be taken in by animal rescue groups, including the SPCA of Wake County where their health would be further evaluated before any dogs could be put up for adoption.
The SPCA said it will be a minimum of a week before any of the animals they receive will be put up for adoption.
Anyone interested in doing so should contact the SPCA.
According to the Humane Society, rescuers pulled 1,000 dogs out of puppy mills in North Carolina last year.

The Humane Society says enough is not being done to protect animals.

“Despite numerous, recent high-profile cases revealing unacceptable and completely avoidable animal suffering at inhumane puppy mills in North Carolina, the legislature has yet to pass regulations to protect dogs in commercial breeding facilities,” said Kim Alboum in a written release, North Carolina state director for The HSUS. “The horrible conditions in which these dogs were found today are indicative of our dilemma across the state and we simply must have regulations in place to protect these helpless animals.”

The HSUS has established a reward program offering up to $5,000 to anyone who provides any information leading to the arrest and conviction of a puppy mill operator for illegal animal cruelty. The HSUS tip line is 1-877-MILL-TIP. Callers can will remain anonymous.


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