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Yesterday was not a good day, we all have bad days but this one caught me off guard.  

I was on my way to work and my sweetie called and asked me to come back home if I had time.  When I got back home he was steaming mad and crying (he was so mad).  I couldn’t figure out why he would be so mad.  Come to find out my cat had pee’d on his bowling bag and ruined it and his shoes and bowling shirt, and everything in the bag.  He was suppose to go bowling after work.  Now this is not the first time the cat has ruin something, she has a bad attitude and just does crap like that, always pees on crap and I have to throw it away. He just said that the cat had to go....he couldn’t take it anymore.

I had never seen him that mad as he left the house and just said “she has to go“.  So I called my daughter and we located a shelter that would take owned pets for a 45.00 fee and they would get them adopted out and not put them to sleep, (they promised).  It was a sad day, I had the cat for 5 years, and even though she ruin so many things I just didn’t have the heart to get rid of her, but this time she had crossed the line so to speak.  I will never own another pet.  Did I do the right thing?



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      Jomi wrote Jan 22, 2009
    • I think it was better that you took your cat to a nice shelter that promised to find it a home rather than have your man just take it some where and drop it off...or maybe worse.

      Life is about falling - Living is about getting backup



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      3sa wrote Jan 22, 2009
    • Oh I would never allow anyone to just drop a cat off somewhere or do harm to an animal.  

      Thanks teeky, I did write a note card to him and told him I was sorry it happened and that I too was upset.  I included a gift card to “Dick’s” so he could replace his bag or whatever.  All is well, and my daughters cried and made me feel like an azz but then said they understood.



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      Jomi wrote Jan 22, 2009
    • My ex did that when I wasn’t home...not because the cat did anything, but because he just doesn’t like cats.

      I’m glad that your daughters understand now.  Doesn’t that help you feel a bit better?

      Life is about falling - Living is about getting backup



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