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    A good cat story....



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    similar thing happened with Patty Hearst, LOL. From a free cat's perspective this is the Stockholm Syndrome in action

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    Growing up my mom feed many cats around our area.. all wild. More then a few of them became almost tame near the time of their death .
    PO is a liberal echo chamber.

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    Thanks for sharing.
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    Wow...

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    this is a great video too, in the same vein...


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    Not watching that first video. My own cat is 17. **** some people.

    Already saw the old-feral-meets-kittens. Very sweet. My sister just cremated her 17-year-old sickly Siamese who was the matriarch of many a foster kitten litter. She was very patient with them. RIP Ying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Christine View Post
    Not watching that first video. My own cat is 17. **** some people.
    It has a happy ending....

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    I'm watching this Friday. Don't want waterworks at work. My 17 year old cat is back on insulin for diabetes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Notvintage View Post
    I'm watching this Friday. Don't want waterworks at work. My 17 year old cat is back on insulin for diabetes.
    3 co-workers cried their eyes out when I showed them this video. They're not even cat people....

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    I wouldn't describe the end of that video as "Happy".

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    [QUOTE=Migen21;5179306]I wouldn't describe the end of that video as "Happy".
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    Perhaps not, but it did help to restore my faith in humanity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Migen21 View Post
    I wouldn't describe the end of that video as "Happy".

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    That cat lived long enough to find love, give love in return and to find her purr again. That's enough happy some times.

    Thanks for sharing this, not ashamed to say it moved me to tears.

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    Thanks for that. Cats have opinions, and memories of ill-treatment. Ours used to sit on a neighbor's porch and the cranky neighbor would attack them with a broom. To this day, they freak out when they see me with the broom--just like Cinnamon...

    I really loathe people who think it is OK to mistreat animals. Our rescue (along with broken hips that have sort of healed (probably hit by a car but who knows) also has pellet gun pellets that are slowly leaching lead into his system... How could that be OK?
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    Wow, nice video both of them.

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    Anyone go hug their cat after the watching the video?

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    Not a cat person here but any abuse of animals deserves jail time.
    Here is my boy. Long gone now but he had personality.
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