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Moonbird

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  1. Moonbird

    cat tree recommendations

    I think generally scratching posts etc are very poor quality, under the rope all it is made from is cardboard tubes which tend to collapse, why not recycle the rope from your old one and make your own, get a small tree stump and fix a platform on top will probably last an awful lot longer, it will be much stronger, and she can really get her claws into it.
  2. Moonbird

    When Pet Sitters Go Wrong

    What a horror story, thank goodness that you realised that no one was coming to the animals, disgusting behaviour of the pet sitter, barring something terrible happening to her I just cannot think of an acceptable excuse for what she did. Would you please message e with who this was? I wouldn't like anyone else to go through this.
  3. Moonbird

    Unsure of PDSA's diagnosis....

    Well a 2nd opinion can do no harm at all and might set your mind at rest, I hope that it goes the right way x
  4. Moonbird

    Unsure of PDSA's diagnosis....

    If they did an ultra sound then the diagnosis is probably correct, I know well what you mean about how they made you feel though things got better there before but now it seems very pressurised, in the end the animals will suffer when people cant face taking them.
  5. Moonbird

    Bedding for the pound

    I think things like throws, blankets etc but I would give them a ring to just check.
  6. Moonbird

    Bedding for the pound

    Hi, no they dont any more.
  7. Moonbird

    PDSA

    All that will happen is that the original contribution will be very small if people also have to pay for meds, the PDSA have become very guilt inducing about the payments and yes I know its a charity and they need money, but its fast moving away from being a help for people in desperate need. Yes animals are going to suffer, they need a re think. That is correct yes
  8. Moonbird

    Missing cat possibly stolen/dumped

    Did you ever get Ceasar home?
  9. Moonbird

    14 month old tabby cat needs forever home

    Hope that she finds a lovely home.
  10. Moonbird

    Bedding for the pound

    No they dont take them as the dogs shred them.
  11. I am so desperate to keep hens but sadly cant where I live, I hope that all of these little Ladies get lovely new lives
  12. Moonbird

    Ginger kittens

    There probably aren't many kittens yet, kitten season will be upon us very soon so keep asking at the rescues.
  13. Moonbird

    Mongrels

    It does sound like a lurcher, which is a crossbreed so still more or less a mongrel its just a particular mix, my first ever dog was bought for me by my Grandad 40 years ago, Cocker Spaniel x Poodle and she cost him £5 he was outraged and said he was robbed these days she is a Cocker poo and now worth at least £500, that would have probably killed him haha.
  14. Moonbird

    PDSA

    I have looked into this a bit, for the 2nd animal its not cheaper treatment its only the consultation, which is £26 for the first visit then drops to £20 for the 2nd visit for the same illness (I think that was right anyway) I then checked at the vet I use (Beech house at High green) there consultation for a dog is £21 and for the 2nd consultation it drops to £16...work that one out, not doing people much of a favour really are they?
  15. Moonbird

    Shamima Begum

    If it was my choice (which obviously it isn't 😛 ) then no dont let her back, but I would allow the baby here as it is an innocent and not going to have the best of lives there, it would go up for adoption and the family have no rights to it, total fresh start.
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