ANSWERS: 32
  • Give it a good home until it decides to move on again :-)
  • Honestly i would take the kitten inside bathe it and feed and water it. And then take it to the pound.
  • Take him in, try to find out if he belonged to anyone and if not, take him to the pound.
  • Feed him and most likely welcome him or her to the outside cat sanctuary in my yard.
  • Take him in. I just could not refuse.
  • I'd take him in...no doubt.
  • Take him in and welcome him to the family. Stray kittens have always found a home with me:) I'll either keep him or find a home for him
  • Feed him, warm him up, put out flyers to find his home. Love him and squeeze him and call him my own . . . until I could find him a good home.
  • Awww keep it no doubt! they make the house feel more welcoming when you come home :)
  • I'd let it in, feed it and see if it belonged to a neighbor. If I couldn't find it's owner, I'd probably keep it. Cats are cool.
  • I'd check with the neighbors and see if they lost a kitten. I already have 2 cats and they never go outside, so they don't have current vaccinations for everything the kitten might have. So I wouldn't let it into my house, but I might give it some food in the garage. A friend of a friend works for a vet, so I'd probably call him if I couldn't find where the kitty belonged.
  • I would take it inside, feed it water it, and mumble..."SHIT! not again!" Knowing full well I now have another pet.
  • It would be welcomed into our home with open arms and wormed, de-flead and fed well.
  • since im allergic id put out a bowl of cream or whatever cats eat
  • its happened to me twice but they were always returned to original owners
  • I'd bring him in where it was warm and feed him and see if he would like to live with us and our cats.
  • I would feed it to our dogs! JUST KIDDING! I would take it in and give it a home. : )
  • i would take him in and he would be my child.
  • I would add 1 more to the clan.
  • Oh, for crying out loud....my wife would probably p*ss off our two cats by adopting it.
  • well it rlly dependz on if u want a kitten if so check 2 make sure itz eyes r not cloudy cuz if they r this iz a sign of rabies if not take it 2 the vet very soon cuz if it has a dieses u mite need 2 put it down so it does not suffer or 2 prevent any other house hold pet from getting sik if it iz healthy and ur happy 2 hav the lil visiter then luv an care for it
  • aww... i would take her in. i hope this happens to me tomorrow morning lol :)
  • There's no possible way I could resist that, even with already owning 5 cats. She'd be happily brought inside and I might even cancel my plans for the day to take care of her.
  • i would aproach it slowy star talking to her pick her up bring her in start thinking of names and nurse her to health and keep her
  • It would just have to live with me. I love cats.
  • make a home for her and give plenty of cat food
  • I would HAVE to take it inside. Feed it. Make a bed. And cancel everything for the rest of the day.
  • I'D GIVE IT A BOWL OF MILK, BUT MOST CATS WONT COME NEAR MY HOME, BECAUSE THEY KNOW THAT LYNX'S ARE HERE AND MOST WONT EVEN COME TO ME.
  • I don't have the money to support it so I would be extremely sad and take it to a shelter or something.
  • Well, it happened to me a couple of years ago. I went through the neighborhood and asked if it belonged to any of the neighbors. Everyone said that it did not, so I asked my next door neighbor if she'd like it, as she had small children. She agreed, so I gave her a litter box, cat food, cat litter and some toys (sort of a kitten starter-kit). I would have kept her, but I had several cats at the time. However, I would never leave one. If someone didn't claim it or want it, I'd feed it, and either introduce it to my own zoo, or find it a good home.
  • Pick it up, take it to the vet to make sure it was OK and didn't have anything that it would spread to my other cats, take it home, show it the litter box, figure out how to bottle feed a kitten, calm down the other two cats about the "thing" that has invaded their space, listen to my partner wonder out loud about taking in another cat, hand him the kitten, watch him turn into a pile of goo, and then settle in for 15 years of waiting hand and foot on another little furry thing. . At this point, we have this down to a science.
  • I'd have to bring the cat to the local feline rescue, as I have a cat who has Feline Rhinotrachitis Virus. This is a very contagious, potentially life threatening version of herpes that only cats get. It can be prevented by vaccinating the cat against distemper, but I would have no way of knowing if said stray kitten is up to date on it's shots. All it would take is for my cat to sneeze once near this kitten for it to get sick, or for that kitten to drink from my cat's water bowl. So I would let the folks at the Merrimack River Feline Rescue Society take the kitten in and they would try to find it's owner or re-home it.

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