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Re: OT - sign from above or no??

Absolutely a sign!  And a yellow female (the cat fancy calls them
red) is very special.  Surely she needs a good home, and you are
just the one to give it to her. Of course she won't replace Sugar,
but you will help each other and build a great new relationship.
In a message dated 07/06/2007 3:29:51 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
gardenqueen@gmail.com writes:

Some soulless troll left a little yellow tabby on the front steps of city
hall this morning.  Little girl cat about 8 weeks old.  I really don't think
I'm ready, but this kitten is very sweet.  She was trying to nurse my
finger.  They say she has eaten solid food today so that's no problem.  They
want me to take her.  The city secretary is going to take her home just for
the weekend because they said the pound was full up until Monday.  So,
everyone gets to vote.  Sign from God and go get her on Monday?   Or wait
until I've had time to heal, which I have not begun to at all at this
point.   All opinions welcome and appreciated.

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