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Missing Left Sock Beast
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Coyote handsome
his coat the same brown
as the dust from which he rises

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What is the sound of one hand slapping Schroedinger's cat?

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September 2010
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Missing Left Sock Beast [userpic]

Dilemma time.

There is a woman on my Freecycle list who wants to adopt out her five-year-old female cat (because she's just had a baby and evidently her husband and the baby are both exhibiting allergies)...


...it's a $200 pet deposit and $10 more a month on my rent. Do I adopt?

Other considerations:

1) I've never been owned by a cat.
2) I don't know if she'll come with litter & so forth
3) The local shelter is a no-kill shelter
4) I'll be gone for six days at the end of the month, when she'll have been with me less than a week, and won't be able to deliver her to family for cat sitting.
5) Not to mention rootiekazootie's kittens.
6) And Zig and Zag.

Comments

She’ll probably come with all the usual paraphernalia of cat ownership: feeding dish, litter box, whatever kibble and litter is currently available. If she’ll have been with you less than a week before you vanish for several days, you might want to see if you can take her when you get back, to minimize the amount of kitty confusion involved. (Cats generally don’t like change.) You should also find out how clever the cat is; I wouldn’t leave Zig and Zag alone with Cleo or Yeti unless I’d secured their cage so it couldn’t be knocked over, and verified that there was no way a clever paw or jaw could open the cage door.