FREE WA fantastic mouser cat

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  1. sbwool63

    sbwool63
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    our cat Boots is a female tabby cat who is fixed, that we got when she was just 8 weeks old, at the beginning of the spring just about her 2nd birthday we decided to start letting her outside as she cried at the door pretty much always. she has stayed as friendly and as loving as she ever was but does not like to come in side for more than 15 minutes anymore. every single day she brings home at minimum ONE or TWO LARGE field mice. ( i had no idea they were as big as she finds them) anyway i like to give her to someone who might appreciate her loving dime-nor as well as her ability to hunt and take down the mice that maybe a problem, she is thin but not due to lack of food or health. i keep her wormed and flea med. she still has food and water at our house and a nice bed. let me know if interested.


    Shane 360-936-6372
     
  2. Caveman Jim

    Caveman Jim
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    Sounds like a great mouser but I need a cat that can handle rats!!!!
    They are in my wood shed and are being a pain, mainly making me have a heart attack while in there retrieving wood.....
    Good luck finding her a new home Shane.
     
  3. sbwool63

    sbwool63
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    I have no doubt she would work out very well for you. Shes brought home moles and rats. My neighbors are eastern europian and they told me this morning she lays in their garden daily and picks off rats and mice as they attempt to get to the fruit and veggies.
     
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    What about this mouse?:p
     
  5. bolus

    bolus
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    Let see... You have a giant scary rat problem and you are posting on a gun forum. Hmmm.... I wonder if there would be another way of getting rid of your rat problem that could involve the theme of this forum? hmmmm

    :)
     
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  6. Caveman Jim

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    Not wanting to blow holes in the shop or barn with the 12 gauge......
     
  7. Blitzkrieg

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    Jim, I can drop by with night vision ;)
     

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