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Old March 3rd, 2013, 04:56 PM
Kittystylez Kittystylez is offline
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Thanks... I am checking in my area for someone suitable
I will check with the insurance company on the advised, but to be honest. It would not matter if they covered the cost or not.

I love these guys and I am commited to trying the very best care I can for them. Unrelated - (I have not had much luck with these guys) I am convinced my female has asthma or some type of respitory problem and has since I first got her. Vet says no... and my first thought when I saw her bareing down and coughing and panting after play, was to call the breader and complain... but - then what? Give her back???? That is not an option!!!

So... I keep a close eye on her for any changes. We take things one day at a time here! My husband keeps telling the kittens they came to the right house
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