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    A fair price for a cat?
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    My cat cost £300.
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    (Original post by Lord Huntroyde)
    My cat cost £300.
    Mine was a bargain - £40 from the RSPCA ...oh hang on no that was the price for Ruby, panther was even cheaper - only £35
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    Our cat was free.
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    (Original post by Pencil Queen)
    Mine was a bargain - £40 from the RSPCA ...oh hang on no that was the price for Ruby, panther was even cheaper - only £35
    Mine's a thoroughbreed though
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    (Original post by Biggles)
    A fair price for a cat?
    £4.01 seems a lot if you ask me. Try and get the price lower

    (Original post by Lord Huntroyde)
    My cat cost £300.
    £300? Bloody hell, is it a beanie cat?

    (Original post by Pencil Queen)
    Mine was a bargain - £40 from the RSPCA ...oh hang on no that was the price for Ruby, panther was even cheaper - only £35
    £40 for a stray cat?

    They saw you coming.
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    (Original post by Biggles)
    £300? Bloody hell, is it a beanie cat?
    It's a pure breed and he goes with our decor.
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    (Original post by AntiMagicMan)
    Our cat was free.
    Thats the one!
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    (Original post by Lord Huntroyde)
    Mine's a thoroughbreed though
    So is Panther (although the RSPCA didn't realise it:cool: ).

    The price was to cover the vet checks, treatment and vaccinations they'd recieved with the RSPCA and to cover the cost of neutering/spaying...by that measure £40 was a bargain.
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    (Original post by Pencil Queen)
    So is Panther (although the RSPCA didn't realise it:cool: ).

    The price was to cover the vet checks, treatment and vaccinations they'd recieved with the RSPCA and to cover the cost of neutering/spaying...by that measure £40 was a bargain.
    Ahh yes, we had to py for that seperately, so it was more like £350.

    Luckily he mostly eats moths so it doesn't cost much to feed him.
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    (Original post by Lord Huntroyde)
    Ahh yes, we had to py for that seperately, so it was more like £350.

    Luckily he mostly eats moths so it doesn't cost much to feed him.
    Panther brought in another spaggle the other day ...he doesn't eat them though just plays with them, covers the house with feathers and sits there looking dopey :rolleyes:

    I've had to start taking his food away overnight because other cats were coming in and eating his (far too expensive) food...while he sat there watching them and purring (I think he might have a weird little fetish).

    Stoopid cat - but such a sweetheart
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    (Original post by Biggles)
    A fair price for a cat?
    Definitely, statistics show your cat is less likely to get ill/die younger rather than paying £350.00.
 
 
 
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