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Wanting to buy a kitten

Re: Wanting to buy a kitten

Postby Skater bum » 02 Jun 2012, 17:53

I sent you a PM please adopt from the SPCA Taiwan. You can come see the kittens anytime, I will even drive you there.
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Re: Wanting to buy a kitten

Postby rooney11 » 02 Jun 2012, 19:41

oh man! I'm glad they seem to be ok. just let me know what the vet says when you have time. I appreciate the help. do you have any new pictures of them? and of the mother?
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Re: Wanting to buy a kitten

Postby mukashi » 06 Jun 2012, 11:07

There are adoption sites: ... lleryZtrue

and some organizations that also have kittens: (Taichung) ... r-adoption (Taichung)

But I think their websites are not updated, so better contact them if necessary.

So much beautiful free cats there! Don't buy!

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