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Old 11-11-2006, 07:29 AM   #11
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Thats FANTASTIC!!!! Youre a good person.

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Old 11-11-2006, 10:02 AM   #12
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Spotty is beautiful and I'm glad he's found a good home. Buck and I are cat lovers and can't believe how thoughtless people can be when it comes to animals. You were a good Mommy to see to it Spotty will have a good life.

"Thanks" to you from us and all the kitties at our house.

We have a shop cat, Julie, in our antiques shop. Julie's been with us since 1995 and has established a real fan club with the locals.

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This is real inspiration. Look what Julia became!
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Old 11-11-2006, 10:11 AM   #13
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What a wonderful thing to do Fraidy! Spotty looks like a longer haired version of our Tater.
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Old 11-11-2006, 10:51 AM   #14
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What a beautiful cat...so happy he's found a home.
I always kept cats around the greenhouse and shop. If I hadn't, the mice would have run me out. We live in the country, and I'm talking field mice, not house mice. They are BIG and HUNGRY!
The customers enjoyed the cats, especially the little children. One of the cats was a big fluffy white one, who'd let the kids haul her around all over the place. It helped keep the them entertained while their mother's shopped.

I have another happy adoption story to tell you about. I think I told you all about the starving Great Dane my daughter rescued. She'd been shut up in a basement with her two brothers, without adequate food or water for months. What little food their was, got gobbled up by the larger males. She was skin and bones, and covered with sores from all the filth. The neighbors actually called animal control because of the odor coming from the house.
My daughter has had her for about 6 weeks now. All her sores are gone, and she has gained 10 lbs. She still has a way to go, but she's going to be fine.
If any of you know Danes, you know how kind and affectionate they are. "Baby" gets all the loving she craves, sleeps on the couch under a cover, and has made great friends with their other dog. They have 4 acres to run around on, and an 8 year old boy to play with.
That's one happy ending!

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Old 11-11-2006, 11:17 AM   #15
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Spotty is beautiful. I am sitting here with my two girly cats so sad the Spotty needed your help, but so glad he found you.

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