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My cat

March 8, 2009 | By Sloane | 8 comments

My Opal

My cat was an orphan when I got him. And just a baby to. The most likely story we think has happened was this: While he was sleeping, his mother, brothers and sisters abandoned him. Lucky for us the people who found him buisness was right next to a pet place. They put him in there, and when I heard the story of him, I visited the pet place, and it was love at first sight! I still have him now, and he is a bigger cat than he was!
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Williamena
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Williamena
5 years ago

Hello, I found My Williamena the day after my husband went to prison for dwi. She was so young he eyes were closed. We aren't quite sure how she ended up at our house but i thank the lord everyday that she did. I took her to my vet and got kitten formula. I fed her every 3-4 hours until we were confident she could eat food. My husband name is William so it was only natural that i name her after him. She has been there for me throuhg all the ups and downs. When her daddy finally came home ad got to meet her he was just as in love as i was. We love our little addition like she was our child. I like to believe we saved each other from what could have been a really bad time.

Mary  L.
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Mary L.
5 years ago

I'm surprised at how often this happens. My Barney was abandoned by his mother about 3 days after he was born in a barn that belong to our vet's technician. The vet called me ans asked if I would take Barney knowing that he had ringworm. Ofcourse I said yes and we bagan the treatments when he was old enough to withstand the lyme dips. We got him past the ringworm but he's always been a very small cat. And I mean small because he has since gottten wider but never any bigger. The only thing that's important is how happy he is now. He's truly my babay.

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