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    So there's this cat that has turned up and has been spending most of the day everyday in my garden for the past few weeks. It is a small female, white tabby with grey/black top coat. She's very friendly, really quiet and has no collar. I don't know who it's owners are or if it is a stray.
    It looks pregnant but it could just have a large belly. If it is pregnant, I'm worried it will have it's kittens in my garden but my family and I can't look after them because I live in a rented house and pets aren't allowed by the landlord. I'm also worried for the cat's health. It's been raining a lot lately and it won't go inside a shed/shelter or something to stay out of the rain.

    I've grown attached to this cat, I've been feeding it and playing with it whenever I get the time but never let it in the house because of the landlord. It's really adorable and I'd like to take it in as my own but can't because of the landlord. I think the cat is lost because I haven't seen it before it turned up. I really want to help it, the best way would be to find it's owner if it has one so if anyone knows anything please let me know.

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    Can you phone up the RSPCA asap?
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    I already did but they said they have too many already to take in anymore.

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    You can put a picture and description of her up on Animal Search UK here. My mum and I used this site when we found a cat we hadn't seen before, and although we didn't find her owner and decided to look after her permanently, I think it would be worth a go
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    Thanks, I'll try that

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    (Original post by samzy21)
    I already did but they said they have too many already to take in anymore.

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    They don't necessarily have to take it in, but if you/they could catch it and bring it in they can check if t's microchipped.
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    Birmingham is a big place.. This is kind of a long shot. She's probably a stray, the cats have been in heat lately so she may be pregnant. Call the RSPCA.


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