By Jeimaiku - 27/09/2011 17:40 - United States
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Steal his stuff and give it to charity. Well you can't stand seeing things that remind you of him.
OP, did you get your kitty back? If I were you, I'd change all the locks first, then you have all the time in the world to do what you want with his stuff. Although, to keep it legal, I'd probable dump his clothes and shot on the footpath, and then the other stuff you can say was 'shared'.
Take all of his things to a thrift store, and if he's moving out in 2 days, they should be conveniently placed in boxes.
Go to the animal shelter. Explain that your ex said he can'tlive with your cat anymore and you had to choose. Then tell them your ex is moving out tomorrow. They'll probably give you your cat back and won't be able to stop laughing.
They probably won't put it down anyway: not until they've exhausted all attempts to adopt it out. Most shelters won't even display an animal for a day or two (pending medical examinations, temperament testing, etc.). The shelter I used to work at wouldn't display new animals for at least three days after it's surrendered.