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He looked so lost and lonely. That is what I thought when I first saw him. The pour kitty was sitting outside my living room window on a cold, snowy, winter morning. He was trying his best to stay warm, all bundled up with his head tucked down. I knew I needed to help him. Slowly I opened the front door, fully expecting him to run, but he surprised me by jumping down and rubbing up against my legs. Reaching down I was able to scoop him right up. His fur was filthy dirty and full of fleas, and you could tell he was having trouble breathing. He had cuts all over his face and ears, and worst of all was one of his eyes was very infected. Already having three cats and two dogs I knew I could not bring him in the house right away. Coming inside I grabbed one of my cat carriers and lined it with a blanket. I also got him some food and milk.
Making a long story short over a short period of time, with several vet visits I was able to get him back in shape, however the one eye was a lost cause but he didn't seem to mind that he could not see out of it. He is a very. very happy kitty today, and all my other animals, especially my large German Shepherd love him very much. He loves being outdoors during the day, and if afraid of nothing. He loves riding in the truck or on the tractor!! But he also loves snuggling in the house at night with one of his buddies.
We he first arrived he showed no fear towards anyone, but was into everything so Bad Willie became his name. And so began the story of a sad, lonely, sick cat, that found a new home and family. Bad Willie is here to stay!!
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