Your cat is so sweet I love him!
I have to say that I have had pure bred cats and dogs but now I have a cat I saved from the street and a dog that is a mix between Huskey and German Shepard. The owners of my dog’s mom where going to throw my baby at the street:( But now she is the happyest dog ever! <3>t see any reasons of buying a pet!posted over 4 years ago
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i agree, rescue all the way. Unless you plan on showing the cat, I wouldn’t go purebred. these animals need love! ‘sides, a cute lil lopsided street kitty’s a lil more entertaining to have around anyways.posted over 4 years ago
I’d definitely rather rescue. I’ve never had a pure bred cat, so I don’t really know any difference. I’ve had three golden retrievers, but that was mostly my parents’ choice. I loved them all, but I wouldn’t have minded a mutt :)posted over 4 years ago
i would rather go rescue because with purebred cats you sometimes get ones that are a little retarded or have OCD issues. But if you are going to adopt, get the cat when it is between 3 and 6 weeks old no older otherwise it may have developed sub-trait preferences and do weird things that it will never grow out of, which can be very annoying and frustrating! xpposted over 4 years ago
nope, i love all cats, but there’s way too many feral ones to keep breeding more… is just selfishposted over 3 years ago
I rescued my cat Priscilla she is a Persian she was 5 which was old for breeding. She was just for breeding before I got her from the breeders nephew. She is the best cat!posted over 3 years ago