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Is their a limit to how many cats you can have on this site?

Jamison DavisJamison Davis Member Posts: 44
I am starting an adoption agentcy,and want to know if their is a cat-limit on this site.:) thanks!

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  • Lexie SurianoLexie Suriano Ft. Leonard WoodMember Posts: 27
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    Great question, Banner Boy. I'll ask my friend Winnie really quick. Just a sec, we're on the virtual chat, ..........-Okay! Winnie said that there is no limit to how many cats you can have on the site. I already knew this, but I was just making sure. Even if you had 500 cats, you could still add more. You see, Catster is a very friendly site and they have open paws to all the cats that have computer access. This allows you to post adoption pages for kitty-cats that need good homes. You just need to update and transfer the profile to the new owner when the cat is adopted. I hope this helps, and good luck with yopur adoption agency!!!
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