Lotsofspots CatteryInhumane treatment of cats and selling sick cats to the public!

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I am writing this warn everyone NOT to buy a cat off this cattery unless it is tested free of ringworm and all other parasite"s This cattery simply shouldn't be breeding cats because when they need medical care they don't get it they kill them (kitten-cats) thats right she kills them. She has known to have ring worm for some time now and yes I relieve being a breeder these are some of th issues we have to deal with it but this women refuses to give them the medical treatment she simply just walks aways. I was friend with her I offered to help her out as her and her boyfriend alpit up so I took in a couple of her male cats. We bought a shelter for them and she didn't even pay for their food I did and it is Jan 2008 and I am still looking after these cats in the meantime she is telling everyone I stole them In about September 2007 I ended up with ringworm through my house I am a dog breeder and have about 18 dogs and 7 or eight cats. I got it from her, She ignored the fact that she has giving me the ringworm... I got quite upset with her and I am still dealing with it now 6 months later and she is still breeding cats. Her house is filthy and it stinks and I am not the only one that has had issues regarding this, She had a bunch of sick kitten returned to her in the fall and instead of taking them to the vet she put the cats in a crate ran a pipe from her car and gassed them She is sick don't buy from this cattery save yourself the grief and buy from someone that takes pride in their animals. All I can say those poor cats she still has with her are probably full of everything and of course she is blaming another cattery AND THIS WAS A PERSON THAT WAS SUPPOSE TO BE MY MENTOR IN CATS!!!


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    KUMA Jul 06, 2013

    Be careful if you buy a cat from this cattery. (fleas, hernia)
    I just recently brought an abyssinian from lotsofspots. I paid $ 830 for this little soul. $750 for the cat and $80 for delivery (Cash Deal). I found it strange that she contacted me a 1 day later advising I had only given her $630 not the $830, missing 200. He was completely filthy, so my husband and I bathed him (sponge bathe), in hindsight it was a big mistake. She didn't advise that he was ridden with fleas, so for the past month I have been battling these little buggers (self, cat, house)

    I took him to the vet 2 days later to get his first shots and the vet advised he has fleas & an umbilical cat hernia. Vet is not able to operate on him until 5 months when he gets spayed. It been just over a month and he's become part of the family. Little hellion on paws.

    Lesson Learned : big one !! Take the cat directly to the VET right away.

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