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My cat-rescue neighbor has found another orange kitty...

He's healthy and very affectionate.

Gets along with other cats.

(But would our two older girls get along with him?)

Somebody probably dumped him outside.

I could adopt him, if Lucinda agrees to it.

But there's a BIG catch...he's only a year old!

We would probably outlive him.

That's what happned to our late Orangy Boy, Leo.

I don't want that to happen to this one, too.

But he's SOOOOOOOOOO CUUUUUUTE!

And ORANGE!

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I could adopt him, if Lucinda agrees to it.

Charlie


Do it.

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Yeah, I think we will, if Lucinda wants him, too. She's worried another cat will bring an end to the quiet tranquilty of the last couple of months, especially if he's rambunctious and active. blankstare

His potential housemates are going to be ten and twelve this year. But maybe the old fat bitches need some exercise and excitement. And maybe we do, too. Haven't had kitty that young since 2002. blankstare

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I could adopt him, if Lucinda agrees to it.

Charlie


Do it.

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 Agreed.



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Do it.

I got two kittens a couple years ago and haven't regretted it, though I hope to outlive them. I already had a 13 year old female, but I figured kittens would be better than bringing in an older cat. I wasn't wrong. The kittens helped to keep the old girl young and active and she in turn has been somewhat of a substitute mother cat to them.

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Charlie, it's clear you need to adopt this kitten so we can all enjoy kitten ownership vicariously through you.

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Lucinda doesn't seem all that excited about the idea, mostly because she thinks Orangy Boy Too will piss off Onyx and Heidi.
I'm not sure what they'd do. If we wait much longer, that kitty will probably go to live elsewhere.
Lucinda has a point. It might end up being a stressful situation...for him and for the girls and for us.
He deserves a stress-free home after living outside in the wintertime. I'm sooooo confoozed! confuse

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Lucinda doesn't seem all that excited about the idea, mostly because she thinks Orangy Boy Too will piss off Onyx and Heidi.
I'm not sure what they'd do. If we wait much longer, that kitty will probably go to live elsewhere.
Lucinda has a point. It might end up being a stressful situation...for him and for the girls and for us.
He deserves a stress-free home after living outside in the wintertime. I'm sooooo confoozed! confuse

Charlie



-- Edited by KidCharlieMane on Thursday 13th of February 2020 07:35:28 PM


 Can you do a trial move in and see how he does? If it doesn't work maybe the neighbor could take him back. When I adopted my cat from the shelter there was a 90 day period where I could return him if it wasn't working.



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Lucinda doesn't seem all that excited about the idea, mostly because she thinks Orangy Boy Too will piss off Onyx and Heidi.
I'm not sure what they'd do. If we wait much longer, that kitty will probably go to live elsewhere.
Lucinda has a point. It might end up being a stressful situation...for him and for the girls and for us.
He deserves a stress-free home after living outside in the wintertime. I'm sooooo confoozed! confuse

Charlie



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 Charlie as you told me just over a year ago adopt another kitty and Ed and I did. Only we got two litter mates. The shiny black we ones were just the ticket for both Watson and Ed and I. Even Zoe our playful puppy is still having fun playing chase me,  chase me up and back through this wee 600 square foot home.

And I do not regret it even with  the piddles here and there. They are better again since having the two boxes to make there choice and Voila they are in harmony with each other. All 4 furrends.

So come on...you do not want to miss your chance of another orange kitty.

All the best to you and Lady Lucinda what ever you decide.biggrin

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It looks like we're gonna try to have a meet-and-greet tomorrow (Saturday) afternoon. He's being fostered at a house a few streets away.

Charlie



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It looks like we're gonna try to have a meet-and-greet tomorrow (Saturday) afternoon. 

Charlie


Say hello to your new adopted son. Give him a scritch on the head for me.

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Hope all goes well, a new kitty in your life will do you a world of good, and orange kitty will be lucky to have you :)

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Hope all goes well, a new kitty in your life will do you a world of good, and orange kitty will be lucky to have you :)


 And we will be lucky to have him. As you and your relatives are well aware, orange tabbies are the BEST! blankstare

And this is the first youngster we've adopted in almost 18 years.

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Have I mentioned my sister's orange boy? He looks like a big brute of a cat, like he could do a big dog serious harm, but he is the sweetest boy cat I ever met, just a big ol' baby who needs his cuddles. My sister is absolutely nuts about him and so is everyone who meets him. I'll have to try to get a photo one of these days.

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Have I mentioned my sister's orange boy? He looks like a big brute of a cat, like he could do a big dog serious harm, but he is the sweetest boy cat I ever met, just a big ol' baby who needs his cuddles. My sister is absolutely nuts about him and so is everyone who meets him. I'll have to try to get a photo one of these days.


Yeah, I believe you did...and you also mentioned that your brother and other relatives loved orangies. Would love to see some pix.blankstare

You can never have too many images of orangies! Try putting ORANGE KITTY into Google Images! blankstare

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I had an orange tabby when I was a little kid. He was great. Very loving, devoted, and super smart. I had trained him to sit on command. My second cat was technically orange too. We assume they were father and son.

 

 

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I had an orange tabby when I was a little kid. He was great. Very loving, devoted, and super smart. I had trained him to sit on command. My second cat was technically orange too. We assume they were father and son.

 

 

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Ollie. I loved the hell out of that cat. Still have his picture hanging on my frige. And Ghost? I loved him too... and he loved you unconditionally.

He was so happy when you came back to get him.

... and yes, I have no doubt Ghost was Ollie's boy.

 

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I had an orange tabby when I was a little kid. He was great. Very loving, devoted, and super smart. I had trained him to sit on command. My second cat was technically orange too. We assume they were father and son.

 

 

 


Ollie. I loved the hell out of that cat. Still have his picture hanging on my frige. And Ghost? I loved him too... and he loved you unconditionally.

He was so happy when you came back to get him.

... and yes, I have no doubt Ghost was Ollie's boy.

 

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 I miss them both dearly.  Oliver was my best friend during the short time he was around, but Ghost was my baby for 18 years. I still miss him every day.



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That cat is ORANGE! Oliver is the orangiest orange boy I think I've ever seen.

Charlie

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KidCharlieMane wrote:

That cat is ORANGE! Oliver is the orangiest orange boy I think I've ever seen.

Charlie


The saturation is a little off on the picture I posted.  We don't have many, but here's another picture of him where the colors are more realistic.

 

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