Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Unwanted Kitten Nearly Put to Sleep





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    1. Rescue folks are such heroes aren't they?

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  2. Touching, especially to a cat lover like myself.

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  3. What a wonderful story! Hugs, Valerie

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  4. Tearful eyes here Sandra. What a happy ending.

    Yvonne.

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  5. What a heartwarming story. I needed to stop and take a breath.

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  6. That was nice of them to adopt her. Never heard of the condition. How ironic they fostered another kitten with the same issue.

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  7. Thank goodness for a HEA for this lovely kitty! Hugs...RO

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  8. Aww, I love the Ink kitty in the winter hat and scarf. The story of Kanga so sweet.

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    1. That is definitely an Ink kitty isn't it, CJ?
      Yes, I'm so glad Kanga's story ended well.

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  9. Lots of kitties around here who need a warm home. I see them running fast, but know the winter will be harsh.

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    1. It is so disturbing, Steve. If folks would only be responsible and spay/neuter their pets, critters would be at a premium instead of unwanted and in need of homes.
      Okay, I'm dismounting from my hobby horse:)

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  10. Never heard of that condition. Goes to show anyone can work on through things. Ugg to the robot voice though.

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    1. Exactly.
      Yup, pretty tinny. I try to concentrate on the message and tune out the delivery:)

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    1. It sure is, Heather. So glad it worked out for Kanga.

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  12. I have tears in my eyes, so pleased she is OK.

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  13. Oh, what a cutie. I know someone who had a weenie dog that was limbless and Tiny hopped along on his back legs, too.

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  14. thought this would be captioned.....the sound card on the pc here at work...doesn't work....so will have to catch this later....da tabbies send mewz ta franky N cap'n ~ ☺☺♥♥

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  15. It's worth watching/listening to:)
    Mewz back to the crew from Franky and Captain:)

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  16. Oh wow. So grateful. (And I love the illustration you put at the top of the post, too.)

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  17. I echo your grateful sentiments, Jeanie.

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  18. Awww!! Bless her heart! I have never heard of this condition before? I am so happy she found a great home!! Thanks for the beautiful story Sandra! I love the art piece too! Big Hugs!

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