Report: #1044441

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  • Submitted: Thu, April 18, 2013
  • Updated: Thu, April 18, 2013
  • Reported By: J4c11 — North Carolina North Carolina
    901 Canenaugh Drive
    Raleigh, North Carolina
    United States of America Diane Hayes Cat buyer beware Raleigh, North Carolina

*Author of original report: $50

*REBUTTAL Individual responds: Siamese kitten

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After reaching a verbal agreement to purchase a kitten from this "breeder" for my wife's birthday ,sending out our personal information as requested for the kitten to be registered and spending $200 for cat supplies in anticipation of picking up the kitten the following day we were informed the cat had been sold to someone else. Not sure if this website is a scam meant to collect personal information from unsuspecting buyers or if this is legit and the owner jus has as much morals as a cucumber. Buyer beware.
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#1 Author of original report


AUTHOR: J4c11 - ()

Dear Madam,

A verbal agreement was reached under which we were to come by and pay for the kitten in full the following day. Not the following week, not even the following weekend, the following day. We went out and bought all the necessary supplies in the evening, including a "cat condo", of which you received pictures before we were coming to your house to pick up the kitten. You gave us your address, which means you were fully aware we were coming over - had there been a dispute over a deposit why would you give us your address and agree to a time to meet? Now, knowing very well that we had invested money in supplies, having given us your address and having agreed to a time for pickup, you sold the kitten to someone else mere hours before we were going to be there. If I agree to sell something to someone, I will do so even if someone comes along and offers me double in the meanwhile. It is called honor and dignity, and to me it is priceless. To you it's worth about $50. Which is fine, we will all answer for our actions one day.

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#2 REBUTTAL Individual responds

Siamese kitten

AUTHOR: Diane Christine Hayes - ()

To Whom it May Concern:

You may contact me for all my good references and opinions from other who have gotten a Siamese kitten from me. This particular complaint about losing the opportunity to get a Siamese kitten from me was due to the fact they did not make a deposit to hold the kitten. The wife of the complaining husband wanted me to hold the kitten on a promise. I do not promise kittens. I explained they needed to make a deposit on the kitten before someone else did. Instead they bought $200 cat condo. I requested a $50 deposit to hold the kitten.

The person writing the complaint was the husband, with whom I never talked to nor communicated with. His complaint is from his wife and his is interpretation of what the wife said. I told the wife we needed a deposit to hold the kitten. She must have forgotten to tell her husband. They can return the  $200 cat condo I guess she thought she could get the kitten on a promise. I was never told the date she wanted the kitten. I had to call them when I received a deposit on the kitten from someone else.  Idid offer them another kitten from the opposite gender, but they refused. Please be aware I cannot hold a kitten on a promise for just anybody without a deposit of $50.

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