I had to ask my bf to take my cat for awhile till I get my own apartment. I live with a room mate and she has a dog, cat, and fish...and the dog is a constant pain in the ass to me. He pisses and shits all over, and even in MY room but I don't say ne thing to her, I deal with it...but she wanted my cat out, and I had no where to take her so my bf took her for me, like I said. My room mate is going away for a month soon, and says I can bring my cat back then, but where is the sense in that when after my room mate comes back, she is gonna want my cat out again??? I feel bad for my cat, for an entire year me and her have been bounced around from place to place, because I am having a difficult time finding a safe place to stay, and i just don't want to keep bouncing her around back and forth like this. I miss her so much, but I know my bf is taking good care of her, I trust him. But I just wish I could have her back. The only reason my room mate wanted her out in the first place was because my cat and hers didn't get along (both females)...but they never had time to get used to each other since her cat is an outside cat, and was always out of the house...idk, I just wanted to vent i guess, thanks for reading.
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