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Im allowed to have a cat - which one.

Im allowed to have a cat - which one.

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DSLiverpool

Original Poster:

8,883 posts

110 months

Tuesday 3rd July 2012
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Last had a cat (sooty RIP) 35 years ago and not since. Mrs Liverpool has said I can have one but which one.
Are their breeds that will ruin the furniture less and mount less and be affectionate more?

Also blue is my favorite color - are blueys friendly?

Sooo excited!

MonkeyMatt

5,604 posts

115 months

Tuesday 3rd July 2012
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Get a massive one!

Fluid

965 posts

93 months

Tuesday 3rd July 2012
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Our next one will be a Maine coon. Lovely cats and bloody masive.

mybrainhurts

85,049 posts

163 months

Tuesday 3rd July 2012
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Fluid said:
Our next one will be a Maine coon. Lovely cats and bloody masive.
What he said...

Lost a fight with one, once...hehe

MonkeyMatt

5,604 posts

115 months

Tuesday 3rd July 2012
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mybrainhurts said:
Fluid said:
Our next one will be a Maine coon. Lovely cats and bloody masive.
What he said...

Lost a fight with one, once...hehe
As I said! A massive one wink
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magpie215

2,155 posts

97 months

Tuesday 3rd July 2012
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Bengal??

Sheets Tabuer

13,247 posts

123 months

Tuesday 3rd July 2012
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I've never had one mount after they were done hehe

get a norwegian forest cat.



/biased.

is going to be an indoor or outdoor cat?

Jasandjules

58,598 posts

137 months

Tuesday 3rd July 2012
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Get a rescue. Or two.

mybrainhurts

85,049 posts

163 months

Tuesday 3rd July 2012
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Jasandjules said:
Get a rescue. Or two.
He's not lost...

DSLiverpool

Original Poster:

8,883 posts

110 months

Tuesday 3rd July 2012
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Will look at rescue cats first, and mount = moult damn iPad.

Don't want a huge pussy but a fluffy one with a bit if brain - my Sooty used to talk to me like I was another cat - we actually had some sort of conversations.

Keep it coming

mybrainhurts

85,049 posts

163 months

Tuesday 3rd July 2012
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DSLiverpool said:
mount
Don't want a huge pussy
Keep it coming
What..?

Simpo Two

65,919 posts

173 months

Tuesday 3rd July 2012
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IMHO it's either:

1) Expensive pedigree
2) Value moggy from rescue centre

Some breeds also have rescue centres, eg Siamese.

But nature is important as well as looks; I'd rather have a friendly cat than a pretty one that took my fingers off.

I suppose a good compromise would be a tabby. The labrador of cats.

TwigtheWonderkid

18,652 posts

58 months

Tuesday 3rd July 2012
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I've always had cats, some affectionate and smart, some phsycotic and stupid. Best cat I ever had had a pure Burmese mother and local tomcat father. So a mix of exotic and streetwise.

She was petite and looked like an expensive pedigree, but could hold her own in a scrap with the local cat mafia and bring down a pigeon 3 times her size.

Mobile Chicane

18,513 posts

120 months

Tuesday 3rd July 2012
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Rescue - always.

Go to a shelter, or look online. One will choose you, I promise. cloud9

Every time I look at Bob and see how happy and healthy he is (now) I go all gooey inside.

Erm, yeah.

</madoldcatwoman>

dreamer75

1,130 posts

136 months

Wednesday 4th July 2012
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If you want affectionate, then Burmese. Ours loves to try and get under the duvet with you, chats (but not excessively), and just loves cuddles and lappage.

telecat

7,688 posts

149 months

Wednesday 4th July 2012
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On our own experience whatever you get make sure you have Insurance. Minnie is a talkative and feisty bugger and has cost upwards of £2500 this year and is missing a leg.

Davey S2

10,913 posts

162 months

Wednesday 4th July 2012
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DSLiverpool said:
my Sooty used to talk to me like I was another cat - we actually had some sort of conversations.

Are you a 60 year old single woman who smells of wee?

tongue out

omgus

7,089 posts

83 months

Wednesday 4th July 2012
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Get a rescue cat, as mentioned one will choose you.

Blackpuddin

6,669 posts

113 months

Wednesday 4th July 2012
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LordHaveMurci

6,939 posts

77 months

Wednesday 4th July 2012
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magpie215 said:


Bengal??
We tried rehoming a beautiful Bengal from the CPL but as we already had another moggy & a dog it was a big no, Bengals don't do house sharing apparently!