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    Cat owners in Fauldhouse and Whitburn area

    Don't know how many there is on here but a wee heads up had my daughters 8 month kitten at the vet tonight and was told it could be acute kidney failure due to him having ingested antifreeze. There have been a few cases from both areas the last coupla weeks so the vet thinks someone could be purposely poisoning cats.

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    There's been a warning around my area for dog-walkers about people putting anti-freeze in $#@!tail sausages

    That's another completely baffling thing that people do.

    I thought it would be home-owners putting it in their gardens because of cats (not that this is any more acceptable!), but it turns out they're being scattered around entire estates. I ended up nipping back home for more $#@! bags to pick up after the $#@!bags.

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    See anyone that poisons a defenceless cat needs their baws ripped off, $#@!ing arse holes.

    Makes me so angry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OB1875 View Post
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    See anyone that poisons a defenceless cat needs their baws ripped off, $#@!ing arse holes.

    Makes me so angry.
    Replace 'cat' with 'living thing' and you're on the money.
    Seems like there's a hole in my dreams, or so it seems

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    Wee cat should be ok vet thinks we caught it quick enough for the treatment to work. He should be home in the next coupla days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sauzee's Teeth View Post
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    Replace 'cat' with 'living thing' and you're on the money.
    True.

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    Same thing happened in Nitten a few weeks back - apparently the cats love the taste of anti freeze.

    They publicised it, which I thought at the time was a dumb idea (oh the power of Facebook), because it just highlighted to all the people who hate cats coming into their garden an easy way to stop them once and for all.

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