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I have always loved cats and usually had 1 always running around, but a few years ago my rescue efforts turned into helping every cat that came to the house or I came across. 8-ball,(black one) my oldest cat was rescued from an abusive home when he was 5 weeks old, who likes to snuggle under the covers and is the first to holler for food. Oddball, (white/black) was rescued from the engine of my car in the dead of summer when he was about 4 months old, who I heard crying over the lawn mower. He has turned out to be a sweetheart, with medical issues but we would not trade him at all. I acquired Simba (yellow) when again in the dead of summer, I found a cat carrier on the side of the road with this tiny kitten locked inside without water, needless to say, he came home with me. When I heard about Mufasa, my Siamese who came next, I was appalled anyone would even think to keep him locked in a bathroom but understood to keep him from being eaten by a pitbull it was necessary, the guy's girlfriend deserted the cat at his house, so I took him. He is the best cat there is, he can say mama, snuggles with me at night and loves to sleep on his back. I had thought our little house was complete, with 4 cats, dog, rabbit and lizards (all boys) but I was wrong. Last august a little cat (Peebee) not pictured, showed up on our porch, walked into the home and staked his claim as the newest family member. He has some dwarfism, with his short legs and small meow but his heart is big and he is my son's best friend. I would not change anything at all with my fur family. I still rescue kitties in need, right now finding forever homes for them and putting food out for the skittish ones.
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