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My sister used to regularly tend to stray cats in her neighborhood, and she often rescued their kittens. Around 1998, she decided that our mom needed a pet, and so she presented her with Pumpkyn (I helped Mom name her, deciding that the kitten had pumpkin-like coloring).
Mom passed away in February of 2011 and, since my sister had so many
cats and Pumpkyn was used to sole reign of the house, I took her home
with me. She's now the queen of my house (or, more accurately, her house).
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