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Abandoned by ZoranPhoto Abandoned by ZoranPhoto
:bulletblue: Mother & daughter, people from the building are taking care of them as much as they can.

:bulletblue: Note: If you are not able to take good care of pets (cats & dogs), do not keep them at all if you are going to abandon them when they grow up.
There are a lot of people in our country (Serbia) that want cute kitty or puppy for their kids to play, and when they grow up people just let them go and take another small and cute animal.
Sometimes people take dogs to some village and let them there, because dogs can come back if they are close to the home...
Without shelters for stray animals in a big city they are lost, it's sad, but true... pets are not guilty for being on the street, they are not toys ...


:bulletblue: I rescued and found home for many abandoned kittens, but I just can't save them all... and our streets are filled with stray cats and dogs and country is doing nothing about that.

:bulletblue: Thank you all for your comments about abandoned pets, I really appreciated your opinion.

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SiamailyaDeFog Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Hobbyist Photographer
I hate when people abandone animals -.- In my village abandoned cats arrive and search for a new home, and me and my parents try to give them a shelter and food. The last one is a little cat (I think one or two years old) who is quite scared, but we feed him and give a refuge for the night and bad days.
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smurfshoe Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2014  New member Professional Artisan Crafter
Well atleast she's a good momma. 
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MoonSpirit555 Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
See, I don't understand why people would do that. When I move out, I plan to have cats and kittens to take pictures of, and some other animals too. So when they get old I'll just love them more, no leave them. Any cat on the streets are going with me
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SPATANJAS Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2014
I have changed my view recently from all humans being bad, to only most are. there are good ones too. and it is the good ones job , or burden, to save the other creatures from our own.  which is really saddening that we have to save others from us. humans are suppose to be so evolved and intelligent but there is so much lack of heart. with so many religions in the world one would think there are enough spiritual teachings that there would be more heart but sadly no.
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wh1t3-t19Lightning Featured By Owner May 23, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Maybe a spay and neuter program, to keep numbers of strays from rising?  

I have sitting on my lap a kitten I found at one week old.  The neighbors had found her mother's nest fell down from the roof of their garage, and she had nowhere to move the kits.  Her sibling was already dead by the time I got to her.  She's now about 4-5 weeks.  I am very much in support of spaying and neutering cats, because that means that no feral kittens are born and no cat has to go through raising them or being raised on the streets.
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Sulfyr Featured By Owner May 15, 2014  Professional General Artist
If I had infinite funding and space I would have a lot more paws running around the house.  The current count in the house is 32 ((4 cats, 4 dogs) or 34 if you count how big my German Shepherd's paws are.) )

I have a hard time understanding how a person could abandon an animal.  The 2 cats and 2 dogs that are 'mine' are my life and I couldn't ever bring myself to part with any of them.  My two cats rush the door whenever I get home from work, the dogs are usually outside singing to come in and say hello - it's a kind of love that I have never experienced from a person and likely never will.  To abandon something that loves you unconditionally - it's too cruel to put into words.  And animal abusers are even worse.  My huskyxaussie cross was a rescue from a bad home - poor thing wouldn't come into the house and spent the first week in a crate when I brought her home and wouldn't come out unless she absolutely had to.  It's been almost 2 years since I brought her home and she is finally starting to trust people - this past month was the first time I ever had her 'sing' and 'talk' in excitement when I arrived home... Little things like that are amazing and yet people can toss these creatures aside like they were an old broken toy in favor of a newer model.
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ANYWAYS.  I love the picture!  And the mother's coat is gorgeous (and just the look they are both giving! Precious!!) :heart:
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NatSilva Featured By Owner May 8, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I dislike people who buy a cat or dog or any pet and then ditch it. :( it's hard to be rejected.
These two are beautiful :heart" I love mama cats coat. Lovely colours and little missy there has a cute cheeky face! X] If it was up to me I would adopt as many cats as possible and be a crazy cat lady! :D
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BeccasKandi Featured By Owner May 7, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Same here in the US. 3:
My cat Yoda, is one of the only kittens who I could get to come close to me, the other 3 were and are terrified of humans. Someone left them in our neighborhood, they were only 6-8weeks tops. Its so sad. D:
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constantie Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2014  Student Interface Designer
Similar problems in China, but even worse, often people get their pets stolen in China, many of them end up on the "fresh market" (the place where they sell fresh vegetable and freshly butchered meat) :(
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TsukaLavire Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2014
I love every cat I come across, every time I've gone to Petco I'd go to the cats and play with them until my parents were done shopping for my actual cat and then there was a tremendous struggle to leave them when I was called, I just do not get how people can just leave such loving bundles of joy on the street.
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