Reliable cattery in Phnom Penh or Battambang

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Re: Reliable cattery in Phnom Penh or Battambang

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Interesting that you're circumventing the real questions behind my post.

Which only strengthens my suspicions.

The fact that you are rating my post 'positively' even more, and your last post adds to that.

Thanks. You're now known as a troll. Proud?
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Re: Reliable cattery in Phnom Penh or Battambang

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frizzie77 wrote: Tue Dec 24, 2019 12:07 am Interesting that you're circumventing the real questions behind my post.

Which only strengthens my suspicions.

The fact that you are rating my post 'positively' even more, and your last post adds to that.

Thanks. You're now known as a troll. Proud?
You caught me, Frizzie77.
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Re: Reliable cattery in Phnom Penh or Battambang

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This isn't Kansas anymore?
Why would people who have never been to Kansas use this reference when telling someone not to bring their 5 cats to Cambodia?
I had a cat named Gizzie for 13 years in Kansas.
He hunted rodents and would trade me a mouse for some canned food by placing the carcass in her cat bowl...She also left a dead rabbit on my front step scaring the living shit out of the mailman..and I did not get my mail that day.
Gizzie was a city cat in Kansas.
I am at present, sitting in Kansas, missing Christmas in Siem Reap because my mom died on Thanksgiving forcing me to return to handle her affairs.
I am in the country where cats are not kitties to be fed salmon or liver...THEY WORK FOR A LIVING.
The pack rats will eat your wiring in your vehicles and several outdoor cats are a must.
They don't come inside..they rough it.
Toss in the city folks who dump them a few miles outside of town and you have herds of feral critters roaming the land of Oz. Local sharpshooters love to zero in their scopes for deer season on these pests while others who have a touch of cabin fever end up with 100 of them in their yards.
Cambodia does not have packs of coyotes that become brazen as the sunsets on toto's ass and they have a keen taste for cat meat and dog meat to rival any Khmer Srai whisky peddler.
So, please come up with a new phrase when warning folks about moving to KOW.
We have open carry gun laws and you no longer even need a conceal carry permit for conceal carry.
I think I will do some target practice for Christmas this year.
Cattery?
That is rich.
My neighbor Clint has about 50 cats a half mile down Tomahawk Road you could shelter them at.
I had about 20 coyotes outside my window last night hooping it up.
This aint Kansas anymore indeed.
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Re: Reliable cattery in Phnom Penh or Battambang

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BR549 wrote: Tue Dec 24, 2019 12:45 am This isn't Kansas anymore?
Why would people who have never been to Kansas use this reference when telling someone not to bring their 5 cats to Cambodia?
I had a cat named Gizzie for 13 years in Kansas.
He hunted rodents and would trade me a mouse for some canned food by placing the carcass in her cat bowl...She also left a dead rabbit on my front step scaring the living shit out of the mailman..and I did not get my mail that day.
Gizzie was a city cat in Kansas.
I am at present, sitting in Kansas, missing Christmas in Siem Reap because my mom died on Thanksgiving forcing me to return to handle her affairs.
I am in the country where cats are not kitties to be fed salmon or liver...THEY WORK FOR A LIVING.
The pack rats will eat your wiring in your vehicles and several outdoor cats are a must.
They don't come inside..they rough it.
Toss in the city folks who dump them a few miles outside of town and you have herds of feral critters roaming the land of Oz. Local sharpshooters love to zero in their scopes for deer season on these pests while others who have a touch of cabin fever end up with 100 of them in their yards.
Cambodia does not have packs of coyotes that become brazen as the sunsets on toto's ass and they have a keen taste for cat meat and dog meat to rival any Khmer Srai whisky peddler.
So, please come up with a new phrase when warning folks about moving to KOW.
We have open carry gun laws and you no longer even need a conceal carry permit for conceal carry.
I think I will do some target practice for Christmas this year.
Cattery?
That is rich.
My neighbor Clint has about 50 cats a half mile down Tomahawk Road you could shelter them at.
I had about 20 coyotes outside my window last night hooping it up.
This aint Kansas anymore indeed.
Wow, BR549, I'm speechless.

Honestly, I don't understand your post at all. I've read it three times but still. Please take into account that I'm not a native English speaker.

I'll rate your post positive because I'm a troll but I'd be very thankful if you ever have the time to translate to a very plain speech what you meant.

Thanks in advance.
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Re: Reliable cattery in Phnom Penh or Battambang

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Hi Lighthouse, you might also look for Pagoda Cats on FB. They are based in Siem Reap but the lady that runs it, Josette, might have a pretty good idea.

Apart from that, I have had cats in Cambodia for years, two of them brought in from abroad. Contrary to some posters, they have not been eaten, attacked by feral cats, or run over.
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lighthouse wrote: Tue Dec 24, 2019 12:04 am Hey hey hey!!! I've become an EXPATRIATE!!!
takes a bit more than just moving to another country with 5 cats to be an expat...
hard work and determination and put in a few years

Future questions,
The cat food here is not the same as home, where can i get quality cat food?
Where do i buy cat liter?
my apt smells, how do i get rid of the order?
My landlord wants me to leave cause the cats are making a mess?
my cats have disappeared, how can i find them?
Batt is not for me, where do you all suggest?
In a nation run by swine, all pigs are upward-mobile and the rest of us are fucked until we can put our acts together: not necessarily to win, but mainly to keep from losing completely. HST
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Re: Reliable cattery in Phnom Penh or Battambang

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hanno wrote: Tue Dec 24, 2019 6:32 am Hi Lighthouse, you might also look for Pagoda Cats on FB. They are based in Siem Reap but the lady that runs it, Josette, might have a pretty good idea.

Apart from that, I have had cats in Cambodia for years, two of them brought in from abroad. Contrary to some posters, they have not been eaten, attacked by feral cats, or run over.
Dear Hanno,

You are just a STAR.

THANK YOU for the moral support.

Of course I'll also contact this lady.

xx
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Re: Reliable cattery in Phnom Penh or Battambang

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phuketrichard wrote: Tue Dec 24, 2019 8:06 am
lighthouse wrote: Tue Dec 24, 2019 12:04 am Hey hey hey!!! I've become an EXPATRIATE!!!
takes a bit more than just moving to another country with 5 cats to be an expat...
hard work and determination and put in a few years
Again, sorry if I've offended you with my comment, Phuketrichard. I just saw my "TOURIST" label in CEO changed to "EXPATRIATE" label and got carried away.

I can see some members here are very sensitive and I have to be subtle when I say things.

Sorry again.
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Re: Reliable cattery in Phnom Penh or Battambang

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Hi guys!

Anyone else with an informative answer?

I'd appreciate it heartly!

Thanks in advance!
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Re: Reliable cattery in Phnom Penh or Battambang

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What country are you and your cats coming from lighthouse?
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