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Answer #1 | 14/01 2014 10:03
Cats protection would have checked if there was a micro chip already in the cat,it was being really neglected wasn't it? so please don't worry,cats protection think the cat will be better with you! Just make sure you get her spayed,if she is not already ( an x ray can tell you for sure)
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Answer #2 | 14/01 2014 12:31
In the UK cats are considered the legal property of their owner and anyone finding a lost cat is obliged to make all reasonable efforts to reunite them with their owner. By checking for a microchip, notifying Cats Protection and advertising her as "found" on the internet, you have done as much as you could to find her owner. Since no-one has come forward to claim her in the past month, Cats Protection probably suspect that she may have been abandoned or wandered so far from home that her previous owners have given up looking for her, which is why they are happy for you to now formally adopt her. When you get her microchipped, be sure to register her details with Petlog. https://www.petlog.org.uk/ You did a good thing by rescuing this cat from an uncertain future and are restoring her to full health, so please don't feel bad. You have done nothing wrong.
Positive: 75 %
Answer #3 | 14/01 2014 10:13
Microchip her and keep her indoors. Outdoors is how she got lost. My feeling is that even if she belonged to someone they left her outside to get into the fix she was in and didn't take care of her so they don't deserve to have her. She's yours, you love her, and she's where the cat gods want her to be as far as I'm concerned. Don't forget to have her dewormed and blood tested for FIV and FeLV. Positive for FIV simply means annual vet care, a stress free life and living indoors. FeLV is fatal so you need to discuss prognosis with the vet. Make sure you treat her once with Advantage and keep her indoors. Congrats on your new fur family member!
Positive: 75 %
Answer #4 | 14/01 2014 10:20
If the cat was in that bad of shape it is likely a stray or lost. You did your proper checking and the cat will be scanned for an existing chip when you have one put in. I'm sure you'll be fine with your new cat.
Positive: 75 %
Answer #5 | 17/01 2014 20:42
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Positive: 60 %
Answer #6 | 14/01 2014 10:03
Well, it's good that you took her in, got him/her cared for and now you've given it a home, you've micro chipped it and that can't be undone (don't think so anyway) If it is someone's then they should have claimed it. Maybe put posters up saying is this yours? If so call (Your number) and then see if it's their cat. Hope this helped :)
Positive: 50 %

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