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The stray pet dilemma

September 11, 2011
The OBSERVER

Breezy, our plump gray kitty that we call our "chatterbox," found her way into our home after her failed attempt at being a barn cat. Willow, our beautiful flame point Siamese, could fit into the palm of my hand when she was brought to me by the Lakeshore Humane Society. I couldn't resist her feisty attitude and she is now the queen of our household. Mia, our sassy tortishelle, was just a kitten when she was found hit by a car on the side of the road - her owner was never found and we became her family. Popcorn, our true hunter tiger cat, can climb the highest tree and jump from the porch roof with her healed broken leg she had when she was dropped off in our driveway as a tiny kitten. And finally, last but not least, our Chilidog, a dark red golden retriever and my true shadow - she was left in our garage, already spayed with missing tags. She came with many anxiety issues but has truly become my best friend and my kids' playmate. These are all the stray pets that have come into our home over the years. They are all now well loved and my family would not be complete without any of them!

 
 

 

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