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This is my sweet petite. She's 13 and she only weighs 8 pounds because she was malnourished for the first three years of her life. I know that because she was my sister-in-law's cat. Shortly after my sister-in-law moved into a no-pets apartment, I asked her where Smokey was. She said she'd just let her out when she moved. I went searching. I found her under a tree, panting.
Over the next two years, I taught Smokey to trust that there would always be good food, clean water, and time for her. I recently marveled to a friend who is a veterinarian how sweet that small cat is, considering her start in life. She said Smokey got that sweet when gentle hands put her carefully into a soft blanket and took her away from her death under a tree and turned her into into a healthy cat. She said cats aren't stupid. Se knows you saved her life. She isn't going to give you any trouble. She's just going to try to balance the debt by loving you.
She is my best friend.
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