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Thread: Went to a quilt retreat and came home with a new addition to the family

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    She's very cute.

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    Foundlings make the best kitties. They seem to know and appreciate the love and care they have suddenly been so lucky to get. Bless you for taking in this little tyke.
    When a dying man asked his pastor "How long does it take to die?" his pastor's heartfelt reply was "A lifetime." Live life to the fullest, but stop now and then to enjoy the sunset.
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    What a sweetie! She is lucky to have you.

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    She is a real cutie. I have a main coon type with long long hair. She came to me at about 3 weeks old. Had her eyes open but wasn't weaned. My daughter went out of her house one morning and heard a kitten yowling and started looking for it. She found it just sitting in the middle of a neighbors yard. No mamma or any other kittens. She called me and asked if I had time to bottle feed it. Of course I did. That cat is something else! Well, I was going to include her pic but couldn't find it. That is what happens everytime my DH "fixes" some thing on my computer!

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    Thanks you everyone for your kind words. We named the little girl Tigger because she bounces, prances, sprints and leaps everywhere She is a happy little kitty and my other two cats Pumpkin ( our 15 month old orange tabby boy) and Ginger (a 6 year old brown tabby) are starting to adjust. Especially Pumpkin is very curious and wants to play with Tigger. We are having supervised visits at this time and are keeping her otherwise in my college students bedroom. That has seemed to be our resident cat nursery. Last year she came home to share her room with Pumpkin
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    Absolutely adorable! and what a generous heart you have.

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    OH MY! I'm in LOVE! The eyes did it.

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    God bless your kindheartedness. That was so wonderful of you to take her and give her such a loving home. I also had a Main Coon that was found at my doorsteps on a snowy day. We had him for 14 years. Your Tigger looks so sweet and in the bottom picture I could actually see it appear in a Cat Calendar. All but one of my 8 fur babies are rescues or strays that somehow knew which house to adopt....I hope the other kitty found a good home also. Enjoy a Purr...fect holiday. Bea

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    What a beauty! How thoughtful of you to do this.

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    She is so cute. Glad she has a good home

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