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PostSubject: kodi needs a new forever home...   Sun Feb 18, 2018 12:28 pm

well, tomorrow I will be finding a vet that has a chip reader and make sure he does not have one. then after that I don't have any idea.

I got up this morning to find my cat was found on the wrong side of the fence and did not make it out. I knew he was a cat getter and I also know that is a lot of work to change....if it can be changed.

so if anyone wants to take on the task or knows of anyone who has a cat free home and would like a husky in the south texas area....let me know.

at this point I so hope he has a chip.....right now I am feeling like I have failed both him and my cat.

thanks so much for all the information you have given me in the past week, I just love forums like this and maybe someday I will be back. my husband has always loved the dogs but I want a puppy if we are to try again.

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PostSubject: Re: kodi needs a new forever home...   Mon Feb 19, 2018 4:39 pm

Oh no. I'm so sorry for your cat. I worry about our neighbors cat getting in the yard with mine all the time. My cat lives in a separate part of the house from my dogs who would eat her too. It's not ideal but we make it work.

If no chip I believe there are several rescues in Texas who may be able to take or at least aid you in rehoming. They can cross post for you and help you know what to look for in a good new home and what kind of rehoming fee is best.

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