Thursday, July 21, 2022

Not A Stray

A dear friend texted me, with a photo of this cute kitty:
Said kitty appeared on her doorstep one day, and my friend asked for instructions on what to do with a stray cat.

The kitty lived on their porch for a few weeks, was fed and watered, and being a friendly cat, was picked up and carried to the nearby veterinarian.

Guess what!

Microchip information led to the sweet kitty returning to her loving home, where she was greatly missed.

Yay!

Today, I am thankful for my friend, and for all others who help cats.

Some talk the talk, yet the ones who actually walk the walk are to be praised!

Even if it's just a sweet stray on the porch, or TNR in an abandoned building or park, or fostering.

Thank you!

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14 comments:

  1. That was one clever kitty to come and ask for help like that. And lucky that the humans obliged!

    Purrs,
    The Chans

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  2. That is so great the chip got the kitty back home!

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  4. That is so wonderful for the kitty and the family and the hero that stepped up to help. Thanks for joining our Thankful Thursday Blog Hop!

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  5. Awww. That's great! My boys are chipped for just that reason!

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  6. What a wonderful thing she did. It's the right thing to do too.

    Being chipped is the right thing to do too. I'm glad this little one is home where she belongs.

    Have a fabulous Thankful Thursday. Scritches to the kitties. ♥

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  7. Good show! Not only not a cat in need of a new home, but a family re-united.

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  8. That makes myentre day. I a so hapy for the parents and that kitty.

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  9. oops. my entire day.... typing too fast.

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  10. We LOVE Peeps who take care of strays! If it was not for Peeps like that, I would not have such a wonderful home!
    Purrs
    Marv

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  11. Our local vet tech cried when my enduring request to scan for a chip came up positive. "Most cats don't have a chip," she said through tears I also wept. She knew my husband and I would have kept that orange boy, had a name picked out and everything, but am thrilled for the familial reunion. They were ecstatic. And my husband likes to say that karma brought us our two young sister cats. :D

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