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dustydiamond1, Apr 17, 2017
Gaven Kent purraised this.
    • Rating:
      5/5,
      Gaven Kent
      Gypsy is beautiful. That grey tabby colouring is so rare. I've yet to see anything like that here in the UK. And is well behaved with a lead! Amazing! That is a really unique and special looking cat. We used a harness and lead with Hugo to get him used to the garden and he was great with it until he wanted his freedom and time with Carter. They both go outside but go out after 1030am and are in at or before 4pm in the winter and no later than 9pm in the summer. They pretty much stay in the garden. We live in a small dead end street that at the moment is safe for them. I'm looking at fencing off the back garden with cat proof and decent looking fences so that there's no doubt about their safety. Also it's a bonus from a security perspective. There's been a big increase in burglaries in this part of London over the last couple of years. Also a rise in the number of cats that are stolen. Our friends Turkish Van swimming cat was seen being grabbed from their garden by a woman who then drove off with him. Horrendous
    • dustydiamond1
      Oh how horrible! Why are the cats being stolen? :bat:
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  • Album:
    Gypsy
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    dustydiamond1
    Date:
    Apr 17, 2017
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    87
    Comment Count:
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