Skip to comments.Prison inmates get rescue cats ready for adoption [w/video]
Posted on 02/23/2013 11:03:04 AM PST by Slings and Arrows
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Well, there is a way to tell the difference... ;^)
Kitteh looks like my girl.
Got a cold or something running 103 all day kitteh hasn’t left my side other than to use the litter box
Kittehs are blessings in fur and purrs. I am so glad I have mine.
“Well, there is a way to tell the difference... ;^)”
Oh, you mean the dangly stuff. Oh. OOH! Ewww.
Hope you feel better soon, and glad you have kitteh nurse.
Can’t find the video!
Could you post a link?
Yes, she is. And that notch in her left ear gives her character. Well, beyond that which she naturally possesses as a tortie. :)
It’s embedded in the page. You may have to disable a plugin, or try a different browser.
Why is it on every one of these threads, there are always one or two remarks removed in the first ten? Is it because you posted twice by accident or, as usual, are there the kitteh haters that get on a thread that is for kitteh lovers and try to rile folks up.
It always makes me laugh to see an adult scared of a little kitteh.
Pretty cool that they get to raise and socialize the kittehs, probably better for the inmates though.
I”m sure most prisoners would do much better as human beings if this program were in every prison.
That plus gardening and eating what they grow.
And the cats socialize the inmates...
"Es macht nichts!"
FR invariably double- or triple-posts kitty pings.
Goldie was gentle, sweet, a girlie-girl, the kind of cat children would play with and push around in a doll buggy. She was always solicitous of us when we were in ill in bed. We called her the Nurse Cat, because she would jump on the bed to sniff your face to see how you were, she would crawl under the blanket and snuggle close to you, and when you lifted the blanket to look down and check her out, there she was with her sweet face and a meow for you. She always made sure to spend some time sitting on the bed near you, just to be near. And she was so kind and understanding of our crazy, loveable Siamese Cat who found her irresistible (they were both fixed, by the way) and acted the fool for her attention and affection. They would sleep head to toe on a desk chair every night. She was the kind of cat who would sit outside with our Siamese Cat, who wore a collar and leash, to keep him company.. Goldie came to us as a free range kitty, and we never did put a collar/leash on her. She decided one day not to go outside on her own any more, and she officially became an inside cat and two cats were as happy as larks. She would take walks with us and our leashed Siamese Cat and then they would both go in the house to stay. Lovely memories and I miss them all.
Thank you for sharing your beautiful cat story. They really are amazing critters. I’m so lucky I have my girl .
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