Success Story: Baby Cat


February 14, 2020
Baby Cat
“Baby Cat has been an absolute Godsend. He hissed at our old cat (Porch Kitty) one time, then Baby Cat realized that he’s really cool and they’ve been inseparable buds since. Porch Kitty took Baby Cat under his wing and there is not a day when I don’t find a mystery mess of destruction. Our lives are so blessed.         
 
Thank you so so SOOOOOO much to whomever brought Baby Cat across the sea. I know they treated him well. He wouldn’t be so sweet and affectionate to humans if he had been mistreated. Baby Cat enriches our lives on the daily.”


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