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Smelly cat, smelly cat! The dieren ambulance

Tonight we called the dieren ambulance.

A cat has been appearing in our front garden a few days ago. She was sitting on the bench looking soggy. But seemed to disappear after that.

A couple of days later, she was lying on the grass.

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This evening when I went out to go to swimming the cat was on the grass again. In the same spot and looking decidedly less active.

I’m not a big pet or animal person but she wasn’t well. I fetched water and she drank deeply, using her paw in the water too. I stroked her back and felt her bones. This cat wasn’t doing well but she was calm.

We called the dieren ambulance. which us the animal ambulance her in Holland. Then I found her a little food but she didn’t eat much.

When the local hero arrived he scanned her but didn’t find a chip. As he put her in the travel cage, which she complied with, he commented that she was smelly.

I was reminded of that scene from Friends where phoebe sings about the smelly cat.

But all daft comedy shows aside, I hope the poor wee cat is okay.

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15 comments on “Smelly cat, smelly cat! The dieren ambulance

  1. The Zero-Waste Chef
    July 17, 2014

    I hope she is okay too. Will anyone contact you to let you know?

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    • lizard100
      July 17, 2014

      We can phone up and find out. Its a good system.

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      • The Zero-Waste Chef
        July 17, 2014

        That’s great. It sounds like a wonderful system.

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      • lizard100
        July 17, 2014

        Yes. If the cat can be treated they will do what they can and if it recovers it’ll be rehomed or if it needs a humane end that also happens too.

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      • lizard100
        July 17, 2014

        The cat has been on a drip. She was severely dehydrated with breathing problems. But she’s very sweet indeed. And we can call again tomorrow!

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      • The Zero-Waste Chef
        July 17, 2014

        I’m happy to hear she’s being treated. Thank you for the update 🙂

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      • lizard100
        July 17, 2014

        I was really glad too.

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  2. disappearingwoman
    July 17, 2014

    I hope the kitty is doing better, too. She looks a lot like my cat (the one in my avatar). It breaks my heart to see any animal suffer. Thank you for looking out for this poor kitty. 🙂

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    • lizard100
      July 17, 2014

      : ) can’t see a creature in trouble and not help.

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  3. ladyofthecakes
    July 17, 2014

    Aw, she’s so cute 🙂 I love stripey ones!

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  4. lindaswildlifegarden
    July 17, 2014

    Reblogged this on Linda's wildlife garden and commented:
    Lovely post Liz thank you for sharing have a blessed day

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  6. Rambling Woods
    July 18, 2014

    Thank you for doing that

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