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Do you ever take in strays?  I’m not a cat person but there is one that’s been hanging around our office.

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      Angelcart wrote Jun 29, 2012
    • She’s so sweet and skinny that I went and bought a bag of cat food and put out food and water daily for her.  Need to fatten her up.  Now trying to come up with a name for her.happy




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      Cynthia Schmidt wrote Jun 29, 2012
    • Lucky!

      You have a big heart. All she wanted was to be loved. I have a real soft spot in my heart for homeless animals. I know we can’t take care of all of them but it’s still such a sad state of affairs.




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      Marya1961 wrote Jun 30, 2012
    • Funny you mention that name, Cynthia, we found a stray in 1991, named him Lucky, then Steve changed it to Whiskers and that sweet guy lived for close to 12 years.heart

      We also took in the smallest kitten in 1985...she and her siblings were put into a box with blankets, toys, food and a note that read, “Please help us.”  It was left on the step of a co-worker at the time.  I fell in love with this tiny black ball of fur and named her Yacky...she was with us for 13 years.heart




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      Diane17 wrote Jun 30, 2012
    • At our old house, there was a “neighborhood cat” that we would let spend the nights on especially those cold winter nights.  We got her a litter box and cat food.  We talked to the people who bought our house about her and they said they would continue to take of her.  I wanted to bring her with us but she was a country cat...we thought she wouldn’t do well in the city.




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      Tuliplady wrote Jul 1, 2012
    • I’ll put out food if there is a stray cat around that looks hungry, but I won’t take them in.  They do a pretty good job of surviving in the wild here.




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