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We have 2 kittens, which We got since my wife feel bore at home. Now she is pregnant and due to deliver in couple of month. I have been advised to get rid of cats since its very risky with new born baby. I am in Bangalore, which organizational takes care of cats well.

Asked by sachin sharma, 13 Sep '08 04:07 am
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If you have cared for your kittens properly by ensuring they are fully vaccinated, wormed, have no fleas and are fed on correct cat food they should pose no risk to your family. However, if you really feel you cannot keep them then try the following organisations. But promise you will not turn them out on the street - they need a loving home !! Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation 14, Chikkalasandra Tanka Road, 15th Main 18th Cross, Subramanyapuram Near Bangalore Kidney Foundation Bangalore - 560061 Phone: (080) 6692572 World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Kamala Mansion, 143, Infantry Road Bangalore - 560001 Phone: (080) 2863206 Bangalore SPCA Kasturba Road, Near Queen's Circle Bangalore 560001 Phone: (080) 5540205 Compassion Unlimited Plus Action (CUPA) 257, 1st Cross, HAL II Stage Indira Nagar Bangalore 560038 Phone:(080) 2258769 / 2278678 / 5585065 Fax 5587172 Shri Raghavendra Goashram Trust 3, 3rd Cross, Nehru Nagar Bangalore 560020 Akhil Karnataka Prani D ...more
Answered by Janis, 13 Sep '08 04:32 am

 
  
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Hi I am interested in taking the kittens. Kindly let me know your contact number. My mail id is pankhuri83@gmail.com
Answered by Pankhuri Shrivastava, 14 Oct '08 03:37 pm

 
  
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Why did your wife keep the kittens???? Because she was bored , is it? So now that she is pregnant she plans to get rid of them? What kind of attitude is this? Let me tell you something. I have had pets since childhood. When my brother was born, we had dogs at home. NOTHING untoward happened. The baby and puppies grew up together and became good friends. We were a happy family and we as children grew up to be great animal lovers because of our association with our dogs.
Answered by joyoti sen, 13 Sep '08 08:29 am

 
  
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Contact SPCA. If you do not have their number please look them up in the phone directory. I am sure SPCA is best equipped to give you advice on whether it is advisable to keeps the kitten under your own care or whether they should be shifted elsewhere. If they must be moved out of your home, SPCA will find a new home for them. If yu do not find SPCA listed in the Bangalore telphone directory, look for the full form - Society for Prevention of Cruely to Animals. You can also visit their web site using Google search. Best wishes.
Answered by Subramanian Mahadevan, 13 Sep '08 06:12 am

 
  
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Kittens will find their own way........
Answered by Sreekumar, 13 Sep '08 04:19 am

 
  
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