Is a kitten more of a girls pet?

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My girlfriend was mentioning that she wants one as like a couple pet for us to share and just enjoy but I have just not seen any other guy with like cats or especially kittens. I have seen a few here and there but in general I don't really. If we do get it, she wants it pretty young so if anyone can offer me some advice, we saw this YouTube video and just wanted that exact breed of kitten so if anyone can help me with that. She wants to start off with 1 but maybe in a month if we enjoy owning one she might get another one.
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Ha don’t be soft loads of guys like cats and are not worried about getting them
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Nah I wouldn’t say it’s more of a women’s pet
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i dont think u can just get another one willy nilly
we sort of did that and they never got on even after 9 years lmao
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(Original post by Redfrost)
Ha don’t be soft loads of guys like cats and are not worried about getting them
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Nah I wouldn’t say it’s more of a women’s pet

OK cheers. It was a kitten like the one in this video we are looking at, do you know the Breed of this one?
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OK cheers. It was a kitten like the one in this video we are looking at, do you know the Breed of this one?
Aww it’s so cute! In the video description it says it’s a british shorthair
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I have 4 cats.
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Aww it’s so cute! In the video description it says it’s a british shorthair
Is that the breed?
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OK cheers. It was a kitten like the one in this video we are looking at, do you know the Breed of this one?
Friends today. Dinner the next.
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Men cant own cute animals? :confused:
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Men cant own cute animals? :confused:
I've just not seen it much
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LOOOL. This person loves kittens.:rolleyes:heartbrokenbish
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A cat does not define how masculine a person is and if people do believe that it’s a “ girls pet ” then they clearly have a fragile masculinity personality. There are many men who have pet cats.
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I've just not seen it much
Plenty of guys have cats.
In response to the OP, I suggest you do actual research on the pet rather than asking a bunch of students how to take care of them. If you cant even do research on the animal, you might want to reconsider actually buying one..
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Me and my wife have a cat.. they don’t stay small for long, and in the UK you might be disappointed because you can’t get them very young from a good breeder because they need time with their mum when young. By the time you get it, it will be a bit bigger.

Starting with just one is a good idea, they are a fair bit of work while young. Make sure you can afford it and then go googling and find the association of breeders, find one that does the breed you like near you, and contact them asking about getting one.
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(Original post by We not from 63rd)
LOOOL. This person loves kittens.:rolleyes:heartbrokenbish
Lel:rofl:
Ofc I do when you're my kitten.
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(Original post by LovelyMrFox)
Plenty of guys have cats.
In response to the OP, I suggest you do actual research on the pet rather than asking a bunch of students how to take care of them. If you cant even do research on the animal, you might want to reconsider actually buying one..
Where did I say I did no research? Im not trying to be rude Ill get one if I want don't tell me what to do and I'd if you tell me otherwise I'll just report your posts
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Me and my wife have a cat.. they don’t stay small for long, and in the UK you might be disappointed because you can’t get them very young from a good breeder because they need time with their mum when young. By the time you get it, it will be a bit bigger.

Starting with just one is a good idea, they are a fair bit of work while young. Make sure you can afford it and then go googling and find the association of breeders, find one that does the breed you like near you, and contact them asking about getting one.
Is it 8 weeks?
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Is that the breed?
Yes
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Yes
OK thanks
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