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  1. Em says:

    Rescue is an interesting ponder… I recall all the stories here of the kitties’ willfull behaviors … so many good lessons for us humans
    Thank you, Michael for sharing them and sharing your journey also….
    God comfort and keep you through these times….

  2. Michael says:

    Em,

    My cats often do not behave…I feed them anyway. ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. JM says:

    Alas. One of my departed cats was a contrarian. The other (who has also departed this world) was a wonderfully furry simpleton who just wanted food. I guess I still miss those imperfect little fur balls.

    You are a kind person, Em. I second your comments on behalf of our host. May God, indeed, send comfort. ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. JM says:

    Hmmm…something went wrong….the end of my comment was supposed to say, “to Michael”.

  5. Michael says:

    Thank you, Em and JM…

  6. Paige says:

    My cats often do not behave. I feed them anyway…. amen…. yes, so many, many lessons to learn from our furry friends..and the efforts to save them.

    this is such an excellent word of truth, Michael…. As the saying goes, ‘there are no ordinary cats”, but there certainly are some extra-ordinary ones who become one with our hearts.

    I spend WAY too much time, effort and money on my cats… they run our house…we love them…and I pray for the myriad of animals out there… and people, who suffer in dire circumstances, without a shred of hope for deliverance or anything better, ever. .

  7. BrianD says:

    Beautiful post, Michael.

  8. Xenia says:

    For a misbehaving critter it’s hard to beat a 4-month old puppy who is so adorable that she gets away with all kinds of atrocities.

    Down 3 pairs of shoes, a mattress cover, a comforter and two area rugs! And the cat is going bald!

  9. pstrmike says:

    Xenia,
    LoL!!! Nothing like a puppy! Our 15 month old golden retriever drove me nuts for the first four months or so, but she is settling down to becoming a really good dog. As you know, you just have to love them out of the destructive phase.

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