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By insomniac - / Friday 3 September 2010 23:02 /
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By  Cigar  |  11

Is it really too hard to pick up some Advantage or Revolution and dose the cat? As for the house, vacuum EVERTHING and chuck the bag in the garbage outside when you're done. Buy a premise spray and don't forget to treat the baseboards, fleas love to hide there. Treat it like a lice infestation and wash everything you can in warm water if possible. If you think you're itching, imagine how the cat feels. It's probably losing fur and becoming anemic as you complain.

By  LiesAreBeautiful  |  0

Shelters are often overrun with animals, and the ones that need medical care or extra attention like this one can't be taken care of properly since most shelters don't have the funding or volunteers. And no one wants to adopt a sick animal, so she would most likely be euthanized (unless it's a no-kill shelter, which those are often full and you can't leave an animal there).

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  luigisf  |  0

well at least the bitch cares about her mistakes, I don't like cats either, I hate them...no, I abhor them. but every animal should be taken care from the carelessness of humans.

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  Mehness  |  0

24 - The cats didn't make you allergic to them, so don't hate on them that much :/ There's an allergy for everything, so if we killed everything that anyone's allergic to, then there would be nothing left :L

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  Bekll  |  29

Stop with the women are bad drivers "joke". As for killing cats because one is allergic to them... suck it up. I'm highly allergic to cats and have lived with them all my life. It doesn't bother me.

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Shelters are often overrun with animals, and the ones that need medical care or extra attention like this one can't be taken care of properly since most shelters don't have the funding or volunteers. And no one wants to adopt a sick animal, so she would most likely be euthanized (unless it's a no-kill shelter, which those are often full and you can't leave an animal there).

By  lol_ironic_life  |  9

At least there isn't FYL #3: I'm also allergic to cats. On top of the insomnia from meowing and your itchiness. So it can always be worse OP, keep your chin up and be glad that the cat is staying temporarily! :-D

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  tass919  |  12

if this cat has/had an owner, i doubt the owner took good care of it if the cat ended up outside to be hit by a car, and that it has fleas. so the cat is in better hands not with it's owner. to the OP - i feel sorry for you. your sister should've taken the cat to a vet or animal hospital where they can keep the cat and take better care of it. most people who attempt to "nurse" sick animals back to health end up with a dead animal anyway.

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