i committed a cardinal sin

i fed a stray....all i could think was if she was mine i'd want someone to take pity on her. it's a shame that so few actually would.




i'm not keeping her....





look at them yellow eyes....and that black nose.... shows absouletly no fear. no fear of strangers or the dogs.



and she has the longest whiskers....and a bottle brush tail....




i'm not keeping her....






poor critter. looks like she's been through some hardship.... it's over 90 degrees out today.

i'm NOT keeping her!




anyone want a cat?





ETA:  the whole "lucy sent her" thought has crossed my mind....alot

13 comments:

  1. You're a good person. It would be hard to resist those eyes!

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  2. I think you've already kept her :). Once you feed them... it's all over but the crying! :)~~

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  3. So what did you name her?
    I'm Not keeping her.....RIGHT!

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  4. Her name is INKH. :)

    What a beautiful name for this cat.

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  5. Congratulations on your new cat!

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  6. Aw Shannon, you're a girl after my own heart! I can never resist feeding stray animals...of any kind!

    BTW, what's your new cat's name? :o) She is a lovely one and it's rare that strays are that friendly. Probably someone dumped her...glad she came to your house! =^..^=

    XOXO,

    Cyndi

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  7. Awe she looks like she's been through the ringer and she needs a good loving home with a sweet momma. Since she's so tame she probably got lost in a bad storm and just looking for a warm bed.

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  8. Lucy sent her to you, Shannon.

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  9. You're a nice person..what did you call your new cat?

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  10. AnonymousJune 30, 2010

    Shannon, you need to keep her ! Lucy knows you are grieving for you and has sent a replacement ! My dog Daisy, brought home a stray about a month before she died. Now how a blind and deaf dog can do that is beyond me. The cat was SO thin and had open sores on her. Took her to the vet and named her Miss Kitty Ka-ching. She has turned out to be a wonderful kitty. She has the dog's mannerisms too. Enjoy, for she was sent there for a reason. Glenda

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  11. There is a wonderful series of books by Derek Tangye but the one I read first was called "Somewhere a cat is Waiting". It so covers this phenomenon. Ha. Good luck with Inkh. Sue

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  12. Ah come on now.....you know you are going to keep her!!!

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  13. WHO could say no to that face???

    HUGS to you...

    (and your new kitty)

    SheilaC

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