My heart is too soft  

rm_gothonfire 32F
46 posts
3/11/2006 4:56 pm

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4/17/2006 8:18 pm

My heart is too soft


Today I went to McDonald's for breakfast... and ended up with a kitten. I meant to just give it a packet of the catfood I had in my car and be on my way. But no. It was so cute sitting there meowing at me like "I kind of remember that people used to love me." I coaxed it to me - it didn't take much coaxing. It let me pick it up without much of a struggle. It started purring when I had it held against me. I took it in my car and fed it - it ate 3 or 4 of the packets of wet cat food over the next hour! I knew I couldn't afford to keep it. I don't have the physical space for another cat even if I could afford the increase in litter and food costs and medical bills. I ended up taking the little guy to Petsmart. The no-kill shelter that works with them will take animals for adoption, but they couldn't take it because it was a stray. Fortunately for me and the kitty there was a really nice guy there that the adoption agency woman knew. He took the kitty to join his other 7 cats and his dogs. Thank you, fellow menagerie owner!

TheJackalX 30M
1 post
3/11/2006 9:09 pm

That's a nice story. Occasionally they'll have the same people outside of Pet Supermarket. It's sad when people let their animals breed uncontrollably.


elysianpleasure 47M

3/12/2006 6:11 pm

It is every mans dream to go out and come back with some pussy.... sorry that was crude but I couldn't resist.

Actually a very wonderful story... says a great deal about your heart. A kind one... so I will be back to see what you have to say next. Drop by and say hi sometime as well... Elysian


chairbornranger5 31M

4/17/2006 6:46 am

Don't mind me, just reading through the blog. You took the time to write it, so that means you want people to read it, right?

That is a nice story, and I am glad it had a happy ending. It is sad when people don't have the responsibility to take care of their animals, and all too often it is the animal that gets the short end of the deal.


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