- RIP Nutmeg, how old's your moggie?
We had one that was 19 & our last one was 14, but 32?? 😯Posted 2 years agofootflapsMember
We lost two this year. rescue cat brothers and only 6.5 years old. One had a brain tumour and his seizures were getting worse, so had to be put down. Three months later his brother got FIP, a fatal viral infection and also had to be put down. We now have two new kittens, one 9 months and one 3 months, both rescue cats again.Posted 2 years agomilky1980Member
Mel’s 17 we think. She was roughly 2 when we got her as a rescue cat and we’ve had her 15 years. Still going but her hips are on the way out and she goes from fat-to-skinny-to-fat alarmingly easily. She’s still as happy as ever to see me when I visit (she lives at my parent’s house) so I reckon she’s got another year or so in her before the decision has to be made.Posted 2 years agoscaledSubscriber
Nero is 9(ish) he was a stray before the rescue centre gold hold of him. He doesn’t seem to be taking well to our new house, there’s some younger, fitter and (he’d hate me saying this) harder cats out there.
Normally when you move to an area with a few cat’s you’ll see 3-4 of them kicking about but there’s only one other massive tom that appears to control the whole area. Paw old Nero looks like scarface claw at the moment and doesn’t want to go outside at all.Posted 2 years agoeruptronMember
Gizmo left us recently. A couple of months shy of her 21st birthday. She chose us and we had her from about 5 weeks old. still had her blue eyes. Moved from Macclesfield to the Isle of Man then back to Cumbria. A well traveled pussy and absolutely devastated when we lost her 😥Posted 2 years ago
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