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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 06-22-2005, 06:19 PM Thread Starter
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Since Angie is my half kitty, should I collarr her & put an I.D. tag on her? I really don't know if she is owned, but she doesn't have one on her. I know this probably sounds like a dumb question but I was wondering. Oh, for those who don't know about Angie, you can read my thread in the "meet my kitty" section with the thread titiled "my half kitty".

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Go ahead. If she has another owner the other owner would most likely call you on the phone after seeing the collar and tag.

Personally, I get annoyed by people leaving their cats out all day long (I don't mean indoor-outdoor cats. I mean strictly outdoor cats who are not allowed indoors) I also get annoyed by people who don't put collars and tags on their cats. What if animal control picks those cats up??? In the local animal shelter cats get euthanized after only three days.
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Okay. I know I'm upset that they leave the cat out 24/7 too. I mean I'm glad she is my half kitty, but, she should have been an indoor cat. If I didn't have allergies, she would be an indoor cat. But I can't. DUMB ALLERGIES! Obviously the owners careless about the cat. Not to mention they have more than two outdoor cats.

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post #4 of 15 (permalink) Old 06-22-2005, 07:00 PM
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How about a collar with an ID tag with your phone number? Then if there's another owner, they know who to call.
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I agree. I wish you could keep her in. I know how much you want to. As Tim said, if she has an owner, you can be sure she'll call you, and you'll know for sure.




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post #6 of 15 (permalink) Old 06-23-2005, 12:44 AM
 
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Just make sure you get her a "break-away" collar, so she does not get caught on anything and choke herself... you can find them at any pet store...
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Maybe you could buy a flea collar (because they're cheap and temporary) and on it write your phone # and something like "does this cat have a home?" That way, if the cat does have an owner, they won't jump to the conclusion that you're trying to take their cat if they see that you've put a collar and tag on her.

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DUMB ALLERGIES!
I second that one! I have allergies too, so I know how you feel. They're no fun at all, thats for sure. I do a lot to make living with my cats bareble, but my allergies still get the best of me sometimes.
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The Petguard herbal flea collars are awesome.
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I also get annoyed by people who don't put collars and tags on their cats. What if animal control picks those cats up??? In the local animal shelter cats get euthanized after only three days.
Well, we tried putting collars on Baby and all the time they get lost so no use putting it on her . She is an indoor/outdoor cat. If she was ever picked up I hope they would scan her microchip.
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Tommy knows how to take his collar off.
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