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About 5 years ago I was working at a truck stop in Jerome, Idaho. A driver came in & said that 2 kittens (1 female, 1 male) were in the ditch out by the road. I gave him a box & asked him to bring them inside. They were both so cold & didn't look like they would make it very long. I called my son, Brian & told him to come get them. We took them home and nursed them back to healthy little kittens. About a month or so later my mom & sister came to visit. The female took right to my mom & wormed her way into her heart within minutes. My sister told mom, you better take her home she just picked you as hers. My parents have given this tiny little kitten (not so little any longer) the best home ever. She loves them so much. But she always has to thank me for saving her every time I go their house. She loves to talk to all of us. Thanks to Ma & Pa for loving her as much as she loves you. The male stayed with us for about 2 years.
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