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Where is doja cat from

Where is doja cat from


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Where is doja cat from. How do I get it. I see lots of ppl have been asking the same questions.

You are welcome to post your questions here on The Cat Forum. I'm sure the experienced members of this forum will help you find an answer.

Here's a link to the 'Help and FAQ' page that answers some basic questions.

If you click on the 'Where are they from' question it gives a list of where the most popular dojos and places for cats can be found.

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I live in a small town in Illinois. We have a dog pound in the same town, and I take my dojos to it, as well as most people in the city and some county.

The pound has cats in cages in the corner, but no one ever brings in their cats. I have only seen two people with their cats so far. I know of 3 places for cats, but I don't go to any of them. The closest cat pound is about 20 minutes from where I live, and there is no place I could bring my cat that close.

The two people who come with their cats never have time to let them out, so they are left locked up in cages. They are usually cats that were dumped. I don't know of any place that would accept their cats, because there are no adoption agencies here. So they are left locked up, I am told that the people who own them are too busy to care for them.

We have a dojo and a church in the same town, and they usually have cats in cages in their church. It seems that people know this and do not bother taking them. I think they know I take my dojos, because I have done this for a few years, and I always get the cats from the dojo when the church gets tired of them, or when people bring them there and tell me they don't want them.

One of my neighbors is a vet, and she usually brings in the animals from the dojo when it is over at the vet's office.

We don't seem to have any problems with the dojos having cats in cages. I am just wondering why no one else takes them. I know most people take their dogs to the dog pound, but I don't think people care for cats like that.

It seems like the pound and vet are the only ones to take care of the cats, and there are not any adoption agencies around.

I am wondering why no one else does it, and if there is a place I could go to take my cat.

We are in the same situation. My town is very rural (no real town life at all) and I have done this for a few years. We have a dog pound and a cat pound in the same town and they usually have cats in cages that no one comes for. So I go over there and pick up all the stray cats that are left there and take them home. There is a vet in town, but I have been told they don't get rid of them there. They usually take them to a shelter in town.

I go into the local church and pick up all the stray cats that are left there. If I can find a vet that will help me get them adopted out, I will. They are generally abandoned, but they usually have been spayed or neutered.

One time I walked into the pound and picked up 10 cats! I know I picked up the most needy cats! lol

We don't seem to have any problems with the dojos having cats in cages. I am just wondering why no one else does it. I know most people take their dogs to the dog pound, but I don't think people care for cats like that.

It seems like the pound and vet are the only ones to take care of the cats, and there are not any adoption agencies around.

I am wondering why no one else does it, and if there is a place I could go to take my cat.

Why should we? If we have to keep the cats in the cages, then we are not really "taking care of them". If we are "keeping them" then it is only a temporary situation. They should be with us at home, living with us, so that we can love and care for them. That is what it is all about.

I see your point of view. In my town, you have to go to a shelter and have them euthanized. There are no cats shelters here. That is the only place we could take cats. You have to go to the shelter and have them euthanized.

We are in the same situation. My town is very rural (no real town life at all) and I have done this for a few years. We have a dog pound and a cat pound in the same town and they usually have cats in cages that no one comes for. So I go over there and pick up all the stray cats that are left there and take them home. There is a vet in town, but I have been told they don't get rid of them there. They usually take them to a shelter in town.

I go into the local church and pick up all the stray cats that are left there. If I can find a vet that will help me get them adopted out, I will. They are generally abandoned, but they usually have been spayed or neutered.

One time I walked into the pound and picked up 10 cats! I know I picked up the most needy cats! lol

We have been living in the woods since I was a child, and the only place we have ever had cats was with the family. It is now time to take them with us, as we