Pussy Cats In Boots

I have rescuing kittens from from animal shelters for the past 30 years.
The photos below are two of three adorable cats we adopted. The youngest we had to name “Baby” is a adorable gray tabby. The oldest of the bunch is “Lucky ” a gorgeous eight year old Siamese cat with the bluest eyes I have ever seen. We also have the sweetest Blue Russian cat, “Gia,” who was very badly abused as a kitten when we adopted her five years ago from The Humane Society.
My cats are so loved by me and my family and as I am writing this post, two of them are sleeping in my bed with my husband! LOL!!!
I want to point out that that most of the most of many cats that we adopted over the years were just ordinary mixed breeds. Each and everyone of them touched our lives in such a special way.
When you experience the joy of seeing the the look of love in a cat’s eyes that was rescued you truly haven’t lived.

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5 thoughts on “Pussy Cats In Boots

    1. I am so glad you know the exact feeling I was trying to describe in this post! It’s amazing how these cats totally changed my outlook on life. Yes, adopting a cat or pet is a selfless beautiful thing! Good luck and thanks for taking the time to share your story!🐱🐱🐱🐱🐱

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  1. All my cats over the past 30 years were rescues, too. The one presently purring on my lap (which he does often) was abandoned with his brother in the woods. As spoiled as they are, you’d never know how terrified they were, all alone in the country. It’s gratifying to know that we can make a difference in at least a few of the lives we encounter.

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