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      Saturday, March 04, 2006

06:24 AM - 03/04/2006

The topic: WOOHOO!


When I got up this morning to let the cats out, the digital clock read 4:23, I happened to look through the glass leading to the front entry way.

There was something out there and I opened the window to say “good morning” to KittyMeeze. I’d feed him later.

It wasn’t KittyMeeze, it was Carla!

I ran to the bedroom to throw something on, told Brian “Carla’s here!”, then went into the garage to open up a couple of cans of Fancy Feast for her.

When I opened the front door, she kind of walked to the gate, turned around, walked back towards the mat we put the food on (the cement can get cold).  I set both bowls down, then came back in.  I opened up the window to see how she was doing and she had dived right into the food.

When I got up for real, KittyMeezer was out there, and the food was gone. So was Carla, but she’s alive and well.  She wasn’t limping or anything like that.  She looked a little thinner, but not two weeks without food thinner.

I wonder what was up with her, where she’s been.  But I’m just thrilled she’s okay.

Yippee! I’m so happy for you! I’ve been praying for her, Kitty Meeze, and of course Annie. Glad to see these prayers were answered.

Posted by Melanee @ Saturday, March 04, 2006 - 12:39:52 PM

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