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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 10-18-2004, 09:23 PM Thread Starter
 
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Kitty Story

I just remembered a story that occurred some time ago when I was living on a farm with my parents out in the country and I thought perhaps you would like to hear it. I owned this black kitten named Kelizah, and I loved her to death. One day I had her up in my treehouse and I was tying a ribbon around her neck. As I went to cut it off, she squirmed and I accidentally cut off a sliver of her ear. It was just the part with the extra skin, and she was allright, but I still felt terrible for days. Eventually she forgave me, but she always bore the crecent-shaped notch on her ear. She disappeared before she was fully grown, probably because of coyotes. She was my most favorite cat that I've owned so far, and I would give anything to have her back.
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What a shame that you lost her. Sometimes we have a special bond with one of our pets, something that seems to tie us together forever--no matter how much we love our other pets.




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Awww how sad. I read halfway through and I thought that you were going to say she came back and you knew it was her b/c of the crescent shaped ear........
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Wouldn't that have been a wonderful ending?




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post #5 of 5 (permalink) Old 10-20-2004, 09:02 PM Thread Starter
 
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Yes, it would have been a wonderful ending, too bad it didn't happen that way. I loved her very much.. By the way, Kitkat, I used to have a kitty that looked just like the one in your avatar. I named him Hisslen because he hissed at me all the time as a kitten. I have a story about him as well. At the farm we have a tub out in the pasture that the cows and horse drink out of, and one day Hisslen found his way in there when he was a kitten and would have drowned if I had not heard his cries in time to save him. The ironic thing is that his son (who looked just like him) also almost drowned, but I saved him as well. On a farm, animals get into all sorts of things sometimes.
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