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Would you donate a rescued kitten or would you keep her?

Today my mother donated my rescued kitten. I raised her for  more than one month. She was very playful. I cried a lot. It was so hard to give her. My parents didn’t want to have two cats in out house. We don’t have a yard. That kitten was my joy. I already miss her so much, even if she was adopted three hours ago. I had her since she was two weeks old. Now she is almost two months. I raised this kitten for strangers. Would you raise a kitten for strangers? I raised this kitten and I made so many efforts for other people. I had to donate her.

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    Would you keep a rescued kitten?

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    Would you donate a rescued kitten?

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    Would you raise a kitten for strangers?

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      • For instance, in your case you had to be it’s mother for some time before you donated it. Since I rescued it and became its adoptive parent, its right I stay with it. It would pain rescuing a kitten, taking care of it for some time then donating it for adoption.

  1. I agree with CarolDM’s comment. It would depend with the circumstances. I did donate a trio of kittens born from my female Lily. I felt bad but we already had Tasha (a dog), Lily, Mitten and we decide to keep Runt from the litter. I do not think it would have been easy to have a total of seven critters in a townhouse with six of them using two or three cat litter boxes. But I understand what you are going through Diana. I still wonder about the three kittens (Bear, Flash and Sandy) that we gave up on how they are doing etc. Keep your spirit up. I am sure your little friend will remember your kindness.

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