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Shortly before Halloween several years ago, my husband and I were wandering through a local pet store. They were having a special sale featuring black cats so my husband decided he wanted to take a look. I avoided looking because I knew that I'd want to take them all home. About half an hour later my husband searched me out in the store and told me I had to look at this one cat he found. He brought me back to where the cats were and there was this beautiful white cat. She had won my husbands heart when he reached out to pet her and she rubbed against him and started purring. The people who had her out to adopt told us that she and her sister were found abandoned in a cardboard box in a parking lot. We took her home that day. Once we got her home, she decided that I was her person. Almost 8 years later Snowball still follows me around the house and head butts my leg if I don't pay attention to her.
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