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Wednesday, 12 September 2012

Little Bit of Everything

This week has been slightly interesting as Andy and I have recently gained a new friend, a furry one. Andy spotted her a week ago in our garden, and we seen her more and more each day. I was concerned as she is quite young, I believed to be a few months old and this led me to feed her outside my house from Sunday. 
I think she is a domestic kitten that has went for a wander and has lost her way along somewhere. She seems to trust us and keeps returning, which I know cats do if you feed them better than their owners but she doesn't seem to go anywhere far outside our garden at all times now.
This morning I decided to call the local vets who gave me a phone number for Cats Protection and Cats Action Trust. I called both numbers and managed to get talking to a lady from Cats Action Trust, who said they could take her as she is a kitten. I was really sad to see her go this morning, but I thought it would be best as she could get a new loving home instead of being kept outside. 
However I just received a phone call from the lady saying she is an older kitten, and is too big to be kept in a cage and isn't making friends with their other cats. Now she is back, I am feeding her outside again and I don't know what to do.

Other than the kitty situation I have been crocheting the hat for Little Miss Stripe set 2, I think I like the purple set a lot more than the pink. Though purple is one of my favourite colours so that is maybe why.
I have also added a few more rows onto Glittering Stripes scarf, I think this one will take me a while as the rows are quite long.


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8 comments:

  1. awwww what a cute lil kitty cat, have you tried door knocking to see if anyone lost her?

    Loving your crochet this week.

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  2. She looks like my brother's ol' DJ. I guess maybe leaving a box w/an old blanket outside and keep on feeding her will do? You don't want to keep her?
    You're making wonderful progress on your projects!

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  3. you should keep her!! everyone needs a kitty, especially if you are yarn inclined. they just go together!

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  4. Oh, that scarf is going to be beautiful! I already love it!

    If you (or anyone else) is interested, I have a giveaway going on right now for a skein of custom dyed yarn!

    http://philwife.blogspot.com/2012/08/custom-dyed-yarn-giveaway.html

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  5. Maybe you can keep the kitty if she's mostly outside you won't find her too much trouble. If you can't maybe you can find someone else in your family or on the web? Colder days are coming and it would be sad if she had to stay outside. I love the glitter yarn on the scarf!

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  6. If she's an outside cat, you could keep her. They don't need a huge amount of attention!

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  7. Did the charity scan her for a microchip? If they didn't, take her to your local vet and get them to do it. Put up signs for a lost cat, check websites that list lost and found as well (most cat charities websites will offer this).

    Is there a reason she has to stay outside, other than you not wanting to keep her and therefore not encourage her inside? If attempts to find her actual owners fail, you could always look after her while you search for a permanent home for her.

    Love the colour combo in the second stripe hat, I am also a big fan of purple!

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