Monday, February 6, 2017

Saddest Kitty


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  1. I saw this on my friend's cell phone. It is wonderful and so touching. It's a good thing the woman stepped in to save this kitty. So glad he has now found his forever home.

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    1. I am too, Elizabeth. We hear so much about the under belly of society and often don't see the quiet heroes.

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  2. If you ever wanna see a grown man cry....
    This is it...! Bless! =(^..^)=

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  3. Wonderful video, so touching. Have a good week, hugs, Valerie

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    1. Glad you liked it.
      You have a good one too, Val.
      Hugs back,

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  4. He looked incredibly sad until the last frame, a picture of contentment.

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    1. He sure looked happy then, didn't he, Andrew.

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  5. I'm so happy he has a new loving home.

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    1. Indeed. She sure put stars in her crown.

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  7. Every cat just needs a home. I think he was smiling in that last shot.

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  8. Oh man, that made me SOOOO sad, but am glad he has a happy future ahead of him.

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    1. I'm glad he has a happy future too, Erika. And you're right the first part of the trailer is sad:( I wish they all had homes and were taken care of, but so happy when people step up to the plate.

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  9. Oh! I read about him on Pinterest and saved his photos. He might look sad but bet he's the happiest cat now.

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  10. Oh, and he's orange like Gypsy was. Sigh...

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  11. Wonderful story. So much better than getting all puffy over political stuff

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    1. There's very little on the political front with happy endings these days is there?

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  12. I have a new set someone dumped living in my barn. I have seen 3.

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    1. Oh Prairie, I had three adopt me at my barn. I fed them and loved them an and ended up with around 50. I fed them and finally put them on birth control. It worked until the company quit making it.

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  13. Got his home and became happy as can be, that's all any really needs

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    1. I love it when kindhearted souls make a home for those in need.

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  15. Animals are so aware of their situation. I'm glad the story had a happy ending.

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  16. Sandra, you are so sweet. I can't watch any animal videos nor see a face of an animal in an add for adoption. The faces haunt me for too long. Thank goodness for the ones that do find a home.

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    1. I know what you mean, Donna. The good thing though is once they reach an adoption center, it's just a matter of time till they have a home.

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  17. I'm a cat person, so this really hit home, and a happy ending! Yay!!! Hugs....

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    1. Indeed:) Happy endings are wondrous.
      Glad to hear from another cat person:)

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  18. I'm so glad BenBen has a happy ending.

    Love,
    Janie

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  19. Steve: Is there a rescue, in your area, that could help you out.

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  20. maybe he is sad but I would like to adopt him

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    1. Aww, that's nice of you.
      Hopefully, he's not sad anymore.

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  21. dood.....we iz bee yond happee for ewe N high pawz two yur mom for steppin up N givin ya what ya wanted & kneaded all a long.....

    lovez ~~~~~

    we wish ya manee manee happee yeerz two gether; blessingz two all frum R heartz ♥♥♥

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  22. As a cat love found this very touching.

    Yvonne.

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  23. Oh wow...such a sad beginning but what a happy ending. I'm so glad he has a forever home

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  24. My heart breaks when it comes to animal stories. So many unwanted pets in the world

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  25. You brought tears to my eyes Sandra!! Love conquers all!!! I am so happy this cat got a beautiful loving home! Big Hugs!

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