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Re: Oh no -- another new kitten

Bless you Zem for always opening your home to those in need.... 

Amazing what
a cordial group you have there where everyone is welcome.


Original Message ----
From: Zemuly Sanders <zemuly@comcast.net>
To: gardenchat
Sent: Tuesday, September 4, 2007 5:17:41 PM
[CHAT] Oh no -- another new kitten

One night this past weekend I noticed
what I knew was a small cat in my yard
so I started leaving food for it in the
morning when I left for work.
Yesterday afternoon he was waiting for me.  He
is about 1 year old, is grey
with black spots and is a polydactyl with 6 toes
on each from foot and 5 on
the back.  He looked at me; I looked at him, and he
purred, rubbed all over me
and followed me right into the house where he
touched noses with all the cats
before settling down with Otis.  Angus McTabby
went to the vet today for shots
and to get neutered.  He is way too sweet and
gentle to be left out for coyote
food.  Everybody here has accepted him with
hugs and kisses.
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