Monstah joined our family

Discussion in 'Other Pets' started by nhsmallfarmer, Oct 2, 2008.

  1. nhsmallfarmer

    nhsmallfarmer New Member

    Apr 14, 2008
    New Hampshire
    our daughter has been begging for a kitten, we broke down an got her one, his name is Monstah, he is 10 weeks old now

  2. PiccoloGoat

    PiccoloGoat goat girl x0x0

    Sep 10, 2008
    Aww he is beautiful!!

    :love: :love:

  3. Julie

    Julie New Member

    Oct 5, 2007
    Southern PA
    Awww ~ how cute ! Jee, I wish you lived closer to me ... then I could've gave you one of my cats ... I have WAY to many !
    Let's see ... Sugar daddy, Skittles, Tom, Spice, Rascal, and a grey one that I think my daughter calls Princess or something like that. Plus I think we have kittens on the way ... sigh.
    I would like to find new homes for the females and just keep my males.
    They ARE great mousers (and chipmunkers) ... I can say that for them ! I don't mind them at all actually, I like them, but I don't want them to keep multiplying. I would get my females fixed (I have 2 females plus the grey kitten I think is a female), but I called about the price and the price went up and is outrageous in my opinion ! With shots and spay/nueter we're talking getting close to $100 ! (not quite ... but almost) that's for one cat. I can't afford that !
  4. all1965

    all1965 New Member

    Oct 6, 2007
    Check around your local shelters or rescue groups. Alot of time they will have low cost spaying and neituring. I know around here they sometimes have nickle neutering days. You can get a cat neutered for a nickle. Female are more expensive because they have to go inside the body but I think it's around $40.
    We buy our shots at TSC and give them ourselves.
  5. kelebek

    kelebek New Member

    Oct 5, 2007
    South Texas
    Contact the cat rescues in your area or the animal shelters. Alot of times they will have a low cost day set up with a certain vet. We have sNOw BALLS (Look at the cords in caps) days here where cat neuters are 25.00 and spays are 50.00. There is no need to do vaccines if they are barn cats (or if you want to - do them yourself at home and save money).

    My barn cat is a male (deliberately) and he is not neutered. I have had him about a year now. I plan on getting the things to do it and doing it myself (I was a vet nurse for 8 years - and did neuters daily at the humane society that i used to work at) or when my friend (the vet) comes to the ranch to neuter my two bucks, I might just do it then. Heck - next time your vet is out - ask how much it would be to neuter all the boys!!! It is literally a 5 minute thing for male cats!
  6. kelebek

    kelebek New Member

    Oct 5, 2007
    South Texas
    I forgot to mention - Monstah is GORGEOUS - Congrats!!!! And your daughter is beautiful!
  7. sweetgoats

    sweetgoats Moderator

    Oct 18, 2007
    Peyton CO.
    Beautiful kitten and daughter.

    I bet that is going to be a house cat, Right? How could you not want to cuddle up with that adorable face all the time. I just love the PRRRR of a cat. I just wish I was not so allergic to them. We do have one in the house, and 8 outside ones. We do not have any mouse or mole trouble at all anymore.
  8. Julie

    Julie New Member

    Oct 5, 2007
    Southern PA
    Well I would do that, but then my females would just go get pregnant by other male cats in the area. So that would be pointless for me. I need my females fixed, and have no other options really. To many cats in the area ... my females would still get pregnant even if my males were fixed.