[Northkeep] cats, too

Chuck Kaun jack_a_lope31 at hotmail.com
Fri Mar 4 07:55:21 PST 2005

If you cant find a home for the cats, why not take them either to animal 
rescue or to the Humane shelter?  There is a place in Tulsa, I think its 
right by the Dollar Theatre near 71st and Memorial.  Its on the 2nd story 
over the comic book store.  They have a big cat room there and I dont think 
they put the animals to sleep

Cearl, the one who likes creatures

>From: "LRA" <LRA at olpdsl.net>
>Reply-To: The Barony of Northkeep <northkeep at ansteorra.org>
>To: <Northkeep at ansteorra.org>
>Subject: [Northkeep] cats, too
>Date: Fri, 4 Mar 2005 09:37:55 -0600
>Hi guys,
>I forgot to mention my parents' cats. I need to find homes for them quickly 
>or put them down as they will not fit into our household of two dogs and 
>two cats.
>One cat, Lil' Bit, will be 14 this year in July. She is a short-hair part 
>Siamese (gray with light Siamese markings, and blue eyes) and in reasonably 
>good health. She still has claws. She weighs 9 pounds and is spayed. She is 
>current with her shots. She has a Siamese personality.
>The other is Peaches, a calico, mostly black and white with some 
>orange-ish. She is a sweet 20-pound cat who hides under the bed most of the 
>time, but does like to be petted and combed. she has medium length hair. 
>She is about 9 or 10 years old; I'm not sure of her exact age. She has been 
>The cats are free to good homes. I will throw in cat food, cat boxes, cat 
>sand, and cat carriers.
>I know these cats will be hard to place, but I would very much like to find 
>good homes for these cats. I am a big animal lover and I'm opposed to 
>putting down healthy animals, but I don't have a choice in this situation.
>Let me know if you are interested.
>Lynn the Inquisitive
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