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Mum Tries To 'Give Away' Daughter After Discovering 'Furry' Meal In Microwave

Mum Tries To 'Give Away' Daughter After Discovering 'Furry' Meal In Microwave

A mum is appealing for someone to take her teenage daughter off her hands after she left a meal in the microwave so long it was left resembling a 'dead grey cat'.

Denise Sankey, from Appley Bridge, Greater Manchester, UK, was shocked by the 'disgusting' mouldy meal she discovered in the microwave, which daughter Liv Taylor had left in there for a week.

Denise has had enough of Liv. Credit: Kennedy News and Media
Denise has had enough of Liv. Credit: Kennedy News and Media

The mum-of-four subsequently posted on Facebook asking for someone to take the 19-year-old - even offering to pay anyone who could help.

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The post read: "Does anyone want Liv Taylor? I'm giving her away free to a good home, no actually, I will pay someone to take her and I don't care if it's a good home or not.

"I have just gone to put something in the microwave which I don't use very often and I found her half eaten tea from last week, I can't cope with her, please someone send help xx."

The 49-year-old pet shop owner subsequently deep-cleaned the microwave with hot water and bleach - only stopping short of throwing away the whole thing because it's built into the kitchen. That said, she has vowed not to use the microwave again until Liv has.

Reflecting on the moment she unearthed the dead grey cat - which was once chicken and noodles - Denise said: "I don't use the microwave very often and I was putting something in there, I opened the microwave door and that was what I was greeted with - this big ball of what looked like a dead grey cat.

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Wow that's grim. Credit: Kennedy News and Media
Wow that's grim. Credit: Kennedy News and Media

"You know the Specsavers ad where he's trying to resuscitate the cat and it's a hat? That's exactly what it put me in mind of.

"It had gone past mould, it was disgusting. It looked like Cousin Itt from The Addams Family.

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"There was no smell, it was like the mould had encased it all and not let any smell out. I thought, 'what the piggin' hell is that?' and then the next words out of my mouth were, 'Olivia, get here'."

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She continued: "This is why I want somebody to take her off my hands.

"I keep saying to her she needs a nice boyfriend but she says she doesn't want one, she can't be bothered. She can't get a boyfriend because no-one would put up with her."

Ouch. To be fair though, that Kenfluffy Fried Chicken is well rank.

Liv reckons her mum is being harsh. Credit: Kennedy News and Media
Liv reckons her mum is being harsh. Credit: Kennedy News and Media
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But Liv reckons it's harsh of her mum to try and flog her - again.

She said: "I cooked a full tub of chicken and I couldn't eat it all so I put it in the microwave, but then I went out and I just forgot it was in there.

"My mum shouted [at] me and it had grown fluff. I just forgot it was in there, it didn't smell so I think that's why we didn't realise.

"I saw the Facebook post, she keeps trying to give me away to everyone. It's not very fair is it? I've got it too good at home so it's easier to stay at home."

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Luckily for Liv, her mum said she's 'had no offers' since sharing the appeal.

Featured Image Credit: Kennedy News and Media

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Jake Massey is a journalist at LADbible. He graduated from Newcastle University, where he learnt a bit about media and a lot about living without heating. After spending a few years in Australia and New Zealand, Jake secured a role at an obscure radio station in Norwich, inadvertently becoming a real-life Alan Partridge in the process. From there, Jake became a reporter at the Eastern Daily Press. Jake enjoys playing football, listening to music and writing about himself in the third person.