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Oreo, named by the kids in our neighborhood, (black and white) showed up in our area about a year ago. She ran from house to house to get food and loved everyone. In July, she had two kittens at my neighbors house. One of them found a home and when I went to see the other one, I fell in love with his tan markings and took him home. Ozzie, stole my husbands heart as well. Right after that the mama cat got pregnant again and had seven more babies. I just could not see this sweet cat living like that. So, my husband and I decided to have her spayed and find her a home as soon as her babies were given away. When she came home from the vet, she fit right in and had her baby there to lick, bite and chase. We found a home for her and I felt really good about the placement. Later that night, there was a knock on my door and there stood the lady that had taken her and said that I would have to come and get her. She said that she was wild and hanging from the curtains, biting and scratching them. So, I went over to her house and she was in fact acting crazy, but ran right over to me and started purring. I knew then that she was coming home with me to stay. She is such a good cat and loves her "baby", Ozzie. Both of them landed in their dream home, they are strictly indoor cats and never have to worry about anything, except for where the other will be hiding to "pounce" when the time is good!

Barbara Robertson
Montverde, FL

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