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PostPosted: Wed Jun 13, 2007 9:29 am 
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We have been blessed with a number of kittens that are nearly ready to go. These cats are comparable to the $130 models found in many pet stores! And in fact our kittens have been sold via pet stores at the $130 rate. But, due to the wonderful caliber of people on this forum, one (or more) of these kittens can be all yours for the bargin basement rate of "free to good home"

PM me if you're interested - Please include general look (tabby, calico, black, gray, tan, cute, ugly, etc) and I can respond with pictures matching your description.

Pick up can be arranged in most parts of the Mpls/St. Paul area.

How can I make this "sticky"? Everytime we get a barn cat fixed it's a death sentance via some unsavory means (hawk, fox, horse encounter)

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 13, 2007 9:36 am 
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Everytime we get a barn cat fixed it's a death sentence via some unsavory means (hawk, fox, horse encounter)

Maybe it's suicide? :wink:

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Oh, so much joke potential!


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 13, 2007 10:57 am 
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DeanC wrote:
mostlylawabidingcitizen wrote:
Everytime we get a barn cat fixed it's a death sentence via some unsavory means (hawk, fox, horse encounter)

Maybe it's suicide? :wink:


Could be... What's to live for??? :)

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Hey, are these house trained or outdoor cats?

My brother might want one soon to be a mouser.



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Hey, are these house trained or outdoor cats?

My brother might want one soon to be a mouser.



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Kittens are trainable! They can be either but we have some of both - Pretty much all the parents have been outside cats - the ones the kids "adopted due to pregnacy" had the kittens in the house but the parents were outside cats.

The would need to grow abit to be mousers - unless you want one of the parents?

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At the kitten stage, it doesn't take much to housetrain them, as long as they have socialized with people. If not, they will be feral cats for life, after about 6 weeks.


I don't want a cat, and I don't want anybody to mention kittens to my wife. :)

We have 5 cats, 2 kids, and 1 dog. The current rule is 3 cats die before a new one comes home.


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At the kitten stage, it doesn't take much to housetrain them, as long as they have socialized with people. If not, they will be feral cats for life, after about 6 weeks.


I don't want a cat, and I don't want anybody to mention kittens to my wife. :)

We have 5 cats, 2 kids, and 1 dog. The current rule is 3 cats die before a new one comes home.


What's her phone number so I'm sure not to "return" her call??? 8)

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Mostly's barn cats. "thousands of beatiful kits and three ugly ones" :D


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pics please?


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mostlylawabidingcitizen wrote:
one (or more) of these kittens can be all yours for the bargin basement rate of "free to good home"

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How much to a mediocre or bad home? :wink:


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mostlylawabidingcitizen wrote:
Everytime we get a barn cat fixed it's a death sentance via some unsavory means (hawk, fox, horse encounter)


Sounds damned un-Catholic to me...


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macphisto wrote:
mostlylawabidingcitizen wrote:
one (or more) of these kittens can be all yours for the bargin basement rate of "free to good home"

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How much to a mediocre or bad home? :wink:

My wife will spot a non-good home from a mile away!

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pics please?

You don't know what a kitten looks like???
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Oh... You ment of OUR Kittens.... I can try to snap some pictures tonight and post them



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