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post #1 of 25 (permalink) Old 03-25-2008, 11:39 PM Thread Starter
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He is intact first of all.
My mom has a friend who is a wrecker driver and went to a fatal accident.
He call her who in turn called me. I say i could take him in for a while.
Needless to say I have a intact female with kitten.
Here is the story we got:
His owner dies in the car from what I am not sure they found the cat sitting on top of his owners chest.

I will ba able to acomidate for a while. But Now kittens are still small enough for the closet but in like 1 1/2 weeks the will not be anymore.
If I get him fixed befor then I will ley yalll know but If I dont he has to go do to mom getting pregnant again And I really don't need that.
I can make more acomidations If I need to but would mabye like to find him a forever home. He is a sweaty I named him after the wrecker driver that saved him from sertan death. Peter
please if anyone can help me in any way thanks I am located in houston, Tx

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Can you post a picture? That might help. I'm a bit confused. Is the cat a male or a pregnant female? You're calling the cat "he."




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post #3 of 25 (permalink) Old 03-26-2008, 12:00 AM
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The cat from the accident is an intact male.
She has a female with kittens in her closet already.

Best of luck finding "Pete" a home. That is so sad that he lost his person. Could you find if the person had relatives who would want the kitty? You could ask the officer who took the accident report to contact them for you.



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post #4 of 25 (permalink) Old 03-26-2008, 12:02 AM Thread Starter
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The cat is a he
The owner was in a fatel car accident
I just got him 30 min ago
I am making accomidations for him to stay in my bedroom


I already have a female with kittens in the house
who stays in my bedroom closet
Dorr is closed of course
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Sorry he would not stay still long enough for a real good one

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I will be handling that in the morning
Right now I am going a mile a minute he is spraying my bedroom'I cant stand smells and have not stopped sence I got him.
I would also like to know if I can get him to stop or how to kill the smell tonight HELP!!!!!!
I have never had a intact male in my house befor this is why I get them fixed spraying

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He won't stop until he's neutered, and he might continue for a while afterwards. If you get a cleaner with enzymes and use it generously, you can remove some of the odor, but he will definitely continue until he's neutered. A tom knows when there is a female in heat, and at times, the discharge from a pregnant cat can fool him. Or, there could be a female in the area.




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post #7 of 25 (permalink) Old 03-26-2008, 12:34 AM Thread Starter
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THANKS i AM GOING TO CALL THE SPAY AND NUETER CLINIC TOMORROW BUT i KNOW IT IS LIKE A 3 WEEK WAIT
i AM DOING THE CLEANER THING NOW i AM GOING TO BED SOON IT IS MIDNIGHT AND i AM TIRED
tHANKS FOR THE HELP

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I'm seeing this an hour after the fact, but I sure feel for you!
I took Curly in last month and while he wasn't fully grown, he was grown enough that his urine stunk to high-heaven! I swear, when he peed, it went through the ventilation ductwork and stunk up the entire house. That was on a Friday night. Saturday I was able to call the Humane Society who got us in on Monday morning for neutering and shots. It still took about a week or two before his urine stopped smelling so strongly. I just made sure I was able to clean his litter box immediately after he peed to get it out of the house.
The enzymatic cleaners will certainly help. I would suggest putting him someplace that can be easily cleaned and he has NO CHANCE of reaching the nursing mother or her kittens.
You really are doing a nice thing for him. Good luck!
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THANK YOU IT IS 7 a.m. AND I AM UP AGAIN LOL
HE WOULD NOT GO TO SLEEP BUT WHEN MY HUBBY GOT HOME HE PLAYED THE I AM SO CUTE WELL NEEDLESS TO SAY HE HAS FLEAS AND IS GETTING A FLEA BATH THIS MORNING.

My hubby is in love with him he said he wanted to keep him I said we will see how it goes.

The wrecker driver said he will pay for the nueter for me.
So I just need to make a appointment.

So I might be changing this post to another thing he might not need a new home another cat OMG
Ok he gos to get fixed on the 2nd that is the earliest they had.
But I can handle a week I think
Thanks again for all the help last night

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A week. Wow. I think that is a long time to have to deal with tomcat smelling pee. Was that with a local veterinarian? I was able to use a newly built/opened Humane Society about 20mi from home. Low cost and they were able to get us in quickly. Perhaps you could call around and see if there are any nearby and with earlier appointments available.

If your Hubby fell in love with the kitty, he must be a sweet cat. I really have a soft spot for the white-marked and spotted cats.
Poor kitty to lose his person, but now it seems he may have found a new person with your husband? That sounds so sweet.
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