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Excellent post kpickell!

I have my two siamese neutered for all the reasons stated here. People are not responsible because they're not well educated about this. That's why I decided not to have kids. Because I don't want that responsibility. But people don´t think this way when adopting an animal. They just think an animal is just an animal.

And then, you hear all that stupid mumble "oh, if you love animals so much, you should let them roam freely unneutered"...


dawngirl, if you are just allergic to cat hair and love cats, you should meet a Sphynx. Sphynxes are great for people with allergies to cats, they're great companions, but they are a little different from the rest: they have little or no hair. CFAINC says "In 1966 a domestic cat gave birth to a hairless kitten in Toronto, Canada. It was discovered to be a natural mutation and the Sphynx cat, as we know it today, came into existence."

http://www.cfainc.org/breeds/profiles/sphynx.html

I'd love to have one, but people are not used to see a dog-like cat...
 
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