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PostPosted: Sun Jun 10, 2012 12:00 am 
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It's with a very heavy heart that I've decided to re-home my two boys. I have very limited time to spend with them and I can't stand the guilt anymore :-( I'm also planning a move into the city and it just wouldn't be fair to keep them in a small room all day!
Their names are Raz and Archie. Raz is 11 months old and the biggest, softest lump of love on the planet. He plays fetch, loves cuddles and enjoys being held, brushed and generally fussed over. Archie is the polar opposite. He's 8 months old. Quite shy and doesn't like being petted at all, he'll tolerate a bit of attention and when he gets used to you he'll jump up and sleep beside you. He's very mischevious, plays with everything!
Both cats have been neutered, microchipped and vaccinated up to date.
I'd ideally like to rehome to someone with a reasonably sized house and I'd love to get updates and pictures etc. I really am gonna miss my two wee boys but I just feel so bad that they aren't getting the love and attention that they deserve.

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 10, 2012 12:09 am 
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Shame you're so far away, I'd have loved to have offered them a home. I'm also a pro photographer so that could have worked well for pic updates, lol.

Hoping you find them a lovely new home, must be heart wrenching having to let them go :(

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 10, 2012 12:11 am 
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Yeah that's a shame, I'm right out in the wilderness up here!
It's awful, I can hardly look at them without getting a big lump in my throat :'-(

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 10, 2012 12:18 am 
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The last thread you had was about issues you had with the younger bengal. The last post you made you explained that someone was going to have the younger one after you had lost all faith and love in him because of persistent diarrhoea.

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What happened after this?

Did you ever get them tested for tritrichomoas and treated as it sounded like he was definately positive.

I believe you got the second bengal because your first, Razzy, was urinating on things and being a real handful. Have things improved?

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 10, 2012 7:38 am 
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Hi,

Thanks for your concern. I got the two cats treated for tritrichomoas, they were on antibiotics for 3 weeks, although they werent tested, the symptoms have stopped.

The toileting issues resolved after the diarrhoea cleared up.. I think it was all to do with the tummy bug, because they were ill I think they were acting up.

I had found a new home for the younger one but in the end I just couldn't seperate them. I wont lie, Archie isn't an angel, he doesn't like being touched at all although when he gets to trust people he will respond to you and plays.. He's just not a lap-cat.

I'd never rehome an ill animal, I've waited nearly two months from the start of their treatment waiting to make sure the diarrhoea hasn't come back, I'm confident now whatever they had has been treated and they're much happier and healthier cats than they were back then.

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