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Kitten Wanted !!

Hi All,

Decided to check here as well (besides shelters etc).

If any of you or your friends look for home for a kitten, please do let me know.

I am looking to adopt one. Preferably in ¨Solothurn/Bern area.

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Please, reconsider this. Having just arrived on a Uni course that may not succeed, and even if it does will not last for 18+ years (the lifespan of all our cats so far)- do NOT consider taking the long-term responsibilty of a pet. Please.

Refuges will only place kittens with homes which offer long-term (lifelong) commitment and access to safe area outdoors.
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Hi All,

Decided to check here as well (besides shelters etc).

If any of you or your friends look for home for a kitten, please do let me know.

I am looking to adopt one. Preferably in ¨Solothurn/Bern area.

Thank you
Some people have very strong views on pet care - in this forum and elsewhere. I myself think it's important to thoroughly think things through before getting a pet and to seriously evaluate one's personal situation and ability to commit to a pet for its lifetime. This personal situation doesn't have to be perfect, but some things should be known to a prospective pet owner and some preparations made.

1. If you adopt and do not have an unlimited lease contract which explicitly permits cats, you might run into big problems if the cats are discovered by the landlord. You can be forced to either give them up or the landlord can terminate the lease if you don't comply. Unlimited leases are better than fixed-time ones and/or frequent moves, because with every move you will have to have your new landlord agree to your keeping cats, and sometimes it isn't easy to find a flat due to this.

2. If you have the landlord's permission to keep cats and the necessary space to do so, then please, if you are considering only getting one cat, make SURE he can go outside and meet others to socialize for a large part of the day/night. Even if you can stay home when not at uni, humans aren't sufficient for a single indoor cat to coexist with.

3. I think you should get more than one cat, especially if you can't let him out, since - as described in the previous point - cats need other cats to socialize.

4. Kittens make a huge mess sometimes and are curious as heck - are you ready to clean things frequently, come home to broken items, shredded toilet paper etc., and does your liability insurance (which I hope you have!) cover damage by pets?
If you don't have liability insurance, I strongly recommend that you do not get any type of pets or you might run into serious financial issues in case of damage which, especially as a student, could get too hard to bear extremely quickly.

5. Do you have a holiday/longterm leave solution for the cat? Will someone look after him then or do you have the money for a sitter?
To get a cat you should be able to commit to it for its lifetime. This does not mean that you have to stay in the same location or profession for the next 15-20 years (no one can plan their next decade of life nowadays), but you should be fairly sure that you can wing it financially to take care of a cat for the next several years, that you will commit yourself to the cat for that timespan, that you will look for accommodation for yourself which will accept the pet if you have to move, and that - should something truly unavoidable happen in which case cat simply cannot be with you, cat can be placed somewhere safe until the situation is over, and that you will take him back when your circumstances have returned to their previous (cat-allowing) state.
This means:
  • You should have a place to put the cat in case of emergency. Take all precautions you can to avoid emergencies.
  • You should have a friend/neighbor who could come over to your place and feed/cater to the cat if you HAVE to travel and can't find a sitter
  • You should be willing to put the cat's wellbeing before your personal wishes if you WANT (but don't have to) travel somewhere and can't find a sitter. In this case, I believe you should be ready to stay home with your pet.
  • For travels you want/have to take as well as other emergencies which may arise, contact a sitter before such an event even comes up and plan ahead: Ask them about their availability and fees as well as contact info, and ask them how shortly they can be contacted for a cat-sitting job. This way you have a backup if you need to travel.

6. Do you have the money to pay for a vet? Note that vet costs aren't cheap, neutering/spaying alone is 150-250CHF PER cat. Add to that deworming, vaccinations, possible illnesses and accidents... thus it is very important to have a decent financial cushion to pay for the cat's healthcare. Vets do not have to treat pets if you don't have the money, such a case was in the newspaper just a couple weeks ago (search the forum for "importance of emergency pet funds").

7. Note that shelters etc. will probably ask you what we are asking you here - how will you take care of the cat if your situation changes drastically (loss of finances, uni placement, necessity to move etc.) and you will need a very good plan to convince them. Even if you are a very good cat-carer, they probably will have seen many who couldn't commit to pet care in the long term when in your situation and thus they are careful.

This is not to annoy you, but for the cat's wellbeing.

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There are refuges that offer indoor cats (sometimes kittens, or older cats which have never been outdoors) but you will have to do a very good job at convincing them that you have sufficient space for the cats to live indoors - and most rescues will require that you have a secured balcony which the cats have access to.

Swiss homeless pet database search interface in German or French

Select "Katze/chat" + "1/4-1/2-jährig" or 1/2-1-jährig" (or French equivalents ) and you will find all homeless kittens in CH which are officially listed.
If you select "auslaufgewohnt/animal d'exterieur" you will find outdoor kittens and if you select "Wohnungstier/animal d'appartement" you will find indoor cats.
I recommend not selecting a canton because that will severely reduce search results. Also, it shouldn't be a problem to travel to another canton by train/friend's car/taxi to pick your cats up, no?

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Our local shelters do have a few indoor adult, usually very senior cats, which are allowed to be indoor only. I do not know any shelter here that allow kittens to be indoor only.
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Re: Kitten Wanted !!

Getting an animal companion is extremely gratifying, but as it has been pointed out, it's a big responsibility that shouldn't be taken lightly. You can find cats in need of homes here Good luck with your search. May your cat bring you lots of joy

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Hi All,

Decided to check here as well (besides shelters etc).

If any of you or your friends look for home for a kitten, please do let me know.

I am looking to adopt one. Preferably in ¨Solothurn/Bern area.

Thank you
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Re: Kitten Wanted !!

The concept of responsibility towards a pet is sadly getting lost. No idea about figures in the CH, and about cats...apart that every single shelter is bursting at the seam with every kind of pet imaginable ... but....

More than 47,500 dogs were abandoned by their owners in the UK last year, figures from the Dogs Trust

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Re: Kitten Wanted !!

I also wanted a pet... I thought it through very very seriously. I decided I didn't want the responsibility after all. So now I offer cat sitting in my home. It means I get to look after animals short term and have a companion to spend my days with. I also make a little pocket money too. I have a cat with me now who I'm in love with. Might I suggest you do something similar before taking the plunge and getting a cat full time.
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Re: Kitten Wanted !!

Everyone is so preachy! I'm all for responsible pet ownership but presumably the OP is an adult and has thought through this decision.
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Everyone is so preachy! I'm all for responsible pet ownership but presumably the OP is an adult and has thought through this decision.
The stats indicate otherwise in all too many cases:
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Everyone is so preachy! I'm all for responsible pet ownership but presumably the OP is an adult and has thought through this decision.
Perhaps - but their other posts don't add up to long term stability - student in a subject not high on the list of preferred skills for a residence permit, with an existing degree also not strong for this.

Nationality "martian" also unlikely to help with long term permit, or recommendation as "adult" either.
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And here are the 2014 stats from STS:

http://www.tierschutz.com/media/pc2015/310815.html

While far too many pets are abandoned in Switzerland, the good news is that all the 'preaching' is having some effect:

The numbers vary little from 2013 to 2014, but there was a drop of about 7% in the number of pets abandoned or handed in to STS and partner shelters in 2012.

The pace of change is slow, but progress is being made. So I, and many others who work in rescue, anyone who is concerned about animal welfare and the homeless pet problem, will keep on preaching.

Until there are no more homeless pets.

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We have seen all too often here on EF that people - yes, adults who should know better but obviously don't - get a pet without thinking through the decision being made or the responsibility undertaken. The particular challenges of pet ownership as an expat are too often not thought through.

How many threads have we seen where posters want rid of a pet because they are leaving, because they have broken up with partners, because they are moving into inappropriate accomodation, because they don't have enough money, don't have the time to care for the animal, or simply because they have lost interest?

Before one takes on a pet one must think through the 'what ifs', one must have a plan for any situation that could affect the welfare of the pet. All of the above should have been planned for prior to taking on a pet. And that plan shouldn't be - as it all too often happens - to get rid of the pet.

In the case of the OP on this thread, you can see from his/her other posts that his/her life in Switzerland is not yet stable. I hope the OP took the 'preaching' in this thead to heart, and did a bit of soul searching as to his/her readiness to take on a 15+ year responsibility.
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Everyone is so preachy! I'm all for responsible pet ownership but presumably the OP is an adult and has thought through this decision.
Sadly, not always the case I'm afraid. If you'd checked the OP's other posts you'd see that they have just started university here so are busy both sorting out their new life and studying for several hours a day. This is not the best environment to bring a kitten into. It's going to be left on its own a lot of the time and no telling what mischief/harm it could get into. An older cat may be a better option, but the best imho is simply to wait a few months until they've got settled in properly, know their study schedule and can then work around it to give a cat/kitten a new "forever" home. And remember "forever" can be up to 16-18 years, not just the time the course lasts for.
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Everyone is so preachy! I'm all for responsible pet ownership but presumably the OP is an adult and has thought through this decision.
If the OP has done so, then that's good.

The OP of course doesn't have to lay out her life here on the EF and prove to US that she is a responsible pet owner if it's not the EF she wants a pet from, but she'll have to do so with a shelter if she wants a pet from them. IMO laying out the basics of pet ownership isn't being preachy, but a help for her to know what most likely will be asked if she shows up at a shelter.

As I pointed out in my post above, my input on this subject is for the cat's wellbeing. Of course a pet's wellbeing is heavily influenced by the owner's actions (obviously), so one could read my sermon as a sermon aimed at the owners.

If the OP adheres to basic pet-friendly upbringing and keeping guidelines and can demonstrate this, it is possible that now she'll get a cat elsewhere and remember what we said. If that's the case, that's wonderful.
If the OP thinks we're going overboard, she's free to ignore our advice. Perhaps she'll find a shelter which puts emphasis on qualities we haven't listed here.
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This forum is full of preachy, get used to it. I avoid the site when it gwts too much for me.
If it hadn't been preachy to my similar "i want a dog in switzerland" post perhaps i would have not thought as long and hard about getting a pet myself. I'm grateful for the preachy that I got myself although it stung at the time.
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This forum is full of preachy, get used to it. I avoid the site when it gwts too much for me.
If it hadn't been preachy to my similar "i want a dog in switzerland" post perhaps i would have not thought as long and hard about getting a pet myself. I'm grateful for the preachy that I got myself although it stung at the time.
I think quite a bit of the preachy stuff stems from having read so many threads along the lines of "18. December: I have a kitten/puppy/large dog and I am going away for two weeks for Christmas and the New Year. I need someone to take care of them for this period. Kennels are so expensive and all are fully booked now anyway although I started phoning them all yesterday morning"
Other sections of the Forum contain similar requests on every theme under the sun.
Most of us were young and a bit naïve once. As you say, if the preaching gets too much for us, we can always log out and go away into Real Life.
We can come back later when we need advice on buying a horse instead of a kitten - and wait for the reactions.
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I think quite a bit of the preachy stuff stems from having read so many threads along the lines of "18. December: I have a kitten/puppy/large dog and I am going away for two weeks for Christmas and the New Year. I need someone to take care of them for this period. Kennels are so expensive and all are fully booked now anyway although I started phoning them all yesterday morning"
Actually the preaching comes from:

"19 December: I can't find holiday care so I need to get rid of my kitten/puppy/large dog. "


Yes, there is a spike in the number of abandoned/handed over pets during the holiday travel season.

(The quote above was a pretty much the excuse the shelter was given from a woman dumping her dog on her way to the airport. And yes, she was an expat.)
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In defence of students, we got a cat a few weeks after moving to Norway. We were students, living in a 30 m2 apartment and we might not have come from Mars, but we were young and had no idea what life had in store for us. The cat followed us for the next 13 years until we had to have it euthanised because of epileptic seizures (probably brought by a brain tumour). We loved that cat, and we kept it through some tough times, more than a few moves and bad allergies. It broke our heart when it passe away. But it has been a burden, economical as well as logistical.

So this is where the empirical based preaching begins. As students with few resources, we had to cut on our expenses to cover his bills (good quality food, visits to the vet, our visits to the doctor because of allergies, an apartment where he could have outdoor access, shots...). We liked to travel and were dependant on family members to take him in while we were away or else we had to pay for a cat hotel (expensive in Norway!). We also got the cat too young (from other students who hadn't sterilised their cat and suddenly had 8 cats instead of 1) and had to bottle-feed it. I remember a trip to the emergency vet on weekends, we had to pay for a taxi as there was no bus there on Sundays and most of our money for the month vanished right there.

The challenges don't go away when you are no longer a student. That cat lived in 8 apartments in 2 countries as well as a stint at my in-laws while we were both abroad for an exchange. He had to go from outdoor cat to indoor cat (we had a back-up plan if that didn't work out) when we moved to Paris. Back in Norway we travelled a lot for work, we spent a lot of them planning our respective travels to avoid sending it to a cat hotel. And a lot of money at the cat hotel. And at the vet, since we discovered when it was 7 years old that it had FEL-V (like most of the outdoor cats where we lived in Norway) and would require attentive follow-up. The last year of its life it developed diabetes and had to get daily shots of insuline, special food and a monthly visit to the vet. By that time we were reasonably well-off, but the time and money involved can't be ignored.

By all means, get a cat if you want one, but please reconsider if you aren't ready for a commitment which is only a notch lower than what is required with a baby (or a dog, which I find more work than a kid as it never goes beyond toddler stage). We still miss our cat, but we haven't gotten a new one yet even though it's been 5 years. We are waiting for a more stable lifestyle as well as better allergy treatments.
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It's a sad truth---but I am very impressed with Switzerland's strict rules on pets.

I raised more than a couple rescue cats into their high teens/20s, however I will never fit the requirements to have a cat in Switzerland---I do really miss my cats.

Interestingly enough--I keep on getting pestered by people that I should have children and all the benefits of that. It does blow my mind sometimes that people can be allowed offspring before pets :P

The other thing that shocks me is the amount of dogs outside the addiction clinic--commonly very expensive looking dogs as well---and at least once a day one tied up outside howling as their master get's medicine. Sadly one, was run over by a tram yesterday--heartbreaking scene.
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blimey,
my brother, english, in an american university,
cat without a home hangs out at their house,
they feed it, take care of it, give it a home with them.
my brother graduates,
evryone agrees, cat cant be left, cat gets sent to my parents, bahamas, to live out the rest of her days.
hides on the roof when i visit because i like to squeeze her.

theres usually a way to make things work. Its very nice to have a pet when you are studying, i'm only sorry i didnt do it myself.
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Sometimes you just have to open your door and it all works out:

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