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Old March 29th, 2005, 07:11 PM
aussiemedogs aussiemedogs is offline
Join Date: Oct 2004
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They don't want the cat to die, and as for how severe the allergies are, as far as I am concerned thats not my bussiness. I don't and won't even ask that. When someone has decided to give up a pet and asks for help I try to give it. You will not change most peoples minds once they have decided.

I for one am asthmatic, I use 2 different puffers daily, I overuse so that I can breathe and yes I am very allergic to my cats and most dogs. I know my health would be better without them, but I won't part with them.

Not everyone is me! And when you have a young child that suffers from this watching them gasp for air is enough to frighten most parents.

I just want to find the cat a home thats all.

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