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Constance1
May 7, 2016
What a sweet & HANDSOME moggie! Maybe it's co-incidence, but I've always found the personality of orange kitties to be THE cuddliest, loving, loyal & adorable!
zoozq
Mar 22, 2016
Back in the day, I had a cat that looked like this one. I named it Orangina, but it was a male cat...lol
darambo
Mar 22, 2016
We have a cat now, it adopted us she just had kittens. She had them under the house where we haven't been able to get to them, but we can hear them. My doctor wants two of them for her children so we need to get them out. Any suggestions? Be safe out there everyone.
animalvr143
Mar 22, 2016
When they get big enough, the mother will probably bring them out or you will be able to coax them out with food.
Barbaranne
Mar 22, 2016
The majority of ginger cats are male, why I do not know, I love cats but the ginger tabby is my favourite.
elijah13
Mar 22, 2016
A friend of mine had a stray cat in her front yard that had kittens. She put dishes down to finally get the kittens to come into the house. You have to start with one and keep adding until you can get them into the house. Might take a while. She finally got the mother and had them all fixed!
aknan
Mar 22, 2016
I agree with animalvr; the cat will bring them out eventually. Our cats were always having kittens under the house or wash house. You might also put food where she must come out to eat; the kittens get curious and might just follow mom. Don't give any away until they are at least 6 weeks old and weaned.
darambo
Mar 22, 2016
Thank you all for your advice on the kittens. Will try the things you suggested. Won't give any away until they are weaned. I've had kittens before, but none were born under the house. Thanks again and be safe.
elijah13
Mar 31, 2016
I had a cat named Teddy (a girl) who came from the next street over. She liked my house better I guess. This cat was declawed so should never had been out. Had all kinds of problems also. Had her for about 3 years before I had to have her put to sleep because of so many problems. Still miss her badly, even tho I have 3 indoor cats now.
xyxyxyxx
Mar 22, 2016
Cute cat but they should be kept inside!
cindyj28
Mar 22, 2016
I agree they should be kept inside unless on a farm. I always keep mine indoors. Too many dangers out there. I also have an orange cat. His name is Leo and he was a stray so he is a rescue and about 11 years old now but I love him anyway.
animalvr143
Mar 22, 2016
Kitties should be able to go where ever they want. Mine have always gone out or come in whenever they want except they have to go out at night. Otherwise they wake my husband up at 2 or 3 AM and cry to go out. I think it is sad to see so many kitties sitting inside a window wishing they could be free to run and explore.
lillysmith2
Mar 22, 2016
I have always kept my kitties inside. It is so much safer for them and also birds and bunnies that they hunt outside. All of mine were perfectly happy looking out the window. They didn't know anything else. It's a win win for all.
pixipixil
Mar 22, 2016
Animal, my husband felt that way and caused one of my cats whom I trained not to go out to have a heart attack. We lived on a high traffic street and I had lost my first kitten to a truck so I had trained this cat not to go near the door. When we moved to the country my husband promptly put the cat outside and she got so scared she had a heart attack.
pixipixil
Mar 22, 2016
The thing I feel sad about is that they don't have a chance to have kittens. I know the cat population is best controlled by spaying and neutering but it seems a sad thing to me.
lillysmith2
Mar 23, 2016
It is a sad thing, pixie, but when I think about those beautiful kittens and puppies that are brought into shelters it breaks my heart. But spaying and neutering is the only way to end this heartache. Cats and dogs don't know about having offspring. They don't miss it if it doesn't happen. If I could I'd take in every lost cat and dog into my home to give them love and protection.
jazz0130
Mar 24, 2016
You are absolutely correct on all counts lillysmith2! The cat population especially is out of control mostly because of irresponsible owners who constantly allow litters to be born. Then they 'put the cats out' to fend for themselves. The offspring have babies and the cycle continues unchecked. As a long time shelter volunteer, my greatest wish is to no longer need shelters.
Annie1749
Mar 23, 2016
I had two orange cats when I was young. They were named Hector and Herman. Hector always waited for the last of the wet clothes to be hung on the clothes line and then he would jump into the empty wicker laundry basket and take a cat-nap!
jas6415
Mar 23, 2016
Cute little tiger striper H ave had a few of them in my time
mamag15
Mar 23, 2016
Meow!!!!!
fiestyolelady
Mar 22, 2016
Two own me, Little Bit, & Loudmouth.
pixipixil
Mar 22, 2016
I love your names.
xyxyxyxx
Mar 23, 2016
That is too funny fiesty!
Genaya
Mar 22, 2016
I have one right next door and I don't like it coming round and using my garden for you know what if you have a cat, but some of them are very nice?
pixipixil
Mar 22, 2016
I had to put down coated wire over my flower bed to keep them (yes a number of the meighbor's cats visit) from using it as a litter box and pulling up the plants. Get the kind with wire widely spaced and vinyl covered. The plants grow thru w/o difficulty and the cats don't go on it. Weeding is tricky so place it so you can lift the edges if you need to weed.
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