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MY HUSBAND MARTIN WAS TAKING HIS DAILY WALK IN THE PARK...AND SPOTTED 2 WOMENS THOWING A MOTHER CAT A HER BABIES INTO A BUSH...HE CAME HOME AND WE WENT TOO THE BUSH...TO FIND A PRETTY WHITE MOMMA AND HER BABIES ALL HUDDLED TOGETHER. WELL THEY WENT HOME WITH ME.BUT 1 WAS A STUNNING WHITE PIXI TAIL, I COULDN'T BELIEVE SOMEONE WOULD THROW HER OUT..WELL AFTER A PRAYER I RECIEVED A PHONE CALL FROM A LADY WANTING A BOB-TAIL, I TOLD HER ABOUT THIS WHITE BEAUTY, WE MET, AND THIS BEAUTY BECAME BABY-CAT AND WENT TOO THE HOME OF THE BROTHER OF FAMED HANK SUGARFOOT GARLAND.AND IS LIVING A QUEENS LIFE.I STILL GET TOO VISIT ON A REGULAR BASIS.IT WARMS MY HEART TOO KNOW SHE HAS SUCH A LOVING HOME.AND I HAVE RENAMED MY CAT RESCUE TOO SUGARFOOT...SEE BABY-CAT IS ONE OF MANY THAT I HAVE RESCUED OVER THE YEARS.BUT I WILL NEVER FORGET THAT DAY I LOOKED UNDER THAT BUSH AND MOMMAS EYES CAUGHT MINE. SHE HAD SUCH SADNESS IN HER GAZE WITH HER BABIES ALL HUDDLE CLOSE TOO HER.EVERYTIME I GO VISIT WITH BABY-CAT AND THE GARLANDS, I HOLD BACK TEARS OF JOY.
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