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Reunited: A Cat's Story

Saw this from yahoo.com and I just have to share this. I love cats and I've cared for two cats years ago (Miyaw and Cat), both of whom acted like they were humans and not cats. Who cried piteously whenever they were left alone in the house, who even without being taught made their business in the toilet bowl (no kidding), and expected to be served their food whenever they saw us eating breakfast, lunch or dinner.

Miyaw, a feline, loved to watch TV, and sang (meow meow meowing) whenever my father played the violin. (tom)Cat, was naughtier but sweet. Loved to catch mice and played with it until it died of a heart attack. He was a vegetarian. He will capture a mouse with his paws then let it go then capture it again--- on and on and on--- until the poor mouse died from fright. There was also a time when he gifted me with a dead mouse. I didn't know about it until I placed one foot inside my shoe--- yikes! Cat also loved to follow me around the neighborhood (maybe he thought of himself as my little brother).

And I loved both of them to bits but sadly, they were in Cat Heaven now. I don't have the heart to own a pet after them because they were not just pets to me but family.

Below is the link to the yahoo article that I just read. And this is dedicated to all cat lovers. :)

http://shine.yahoo.com/pets/woman-reunited-with-cat-after-13-years-172318111.html


So, what is your cat story?

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  1. I am not a cat person so I can't relate much. However, I know someone who loves cats a lot. I am sending this link to her! :D

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