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Thursday, July 11, 2013

Yesterday we had terrible storms here in Ohio. On my way home which is only two miles I saw 8 downed trees on just one road. Numerous roads were also closed. My friend lost both of their vehicles. My daughter lost both of her flowering pear trees.

In the midst of all of the ciaos is one of joy and happiness. The little kitten you see above is now named Stormy. He was found right after the storm that carried 60 mile an hour winds under my lilac bush. I've asked all of the neighbors locally around me, placed it on Face Book etc. No one knows who this little guy belongs to. I can only assume it's a stray. My dilemma? I already have three grown cats that are making it very obvious this little one is not welcome. He slept with me last night, well let's say we attempted sleep emoticon. My only recourse if I cannot find someone to take him is to place him up for adoption at the humane society which I am not looking forward to. Please pray we find Stormy a home.

Just for kicks:

It reads: I've reached a certain age where people no longer refer to me as the "Good girl gone bad" now it's more like "Well, her old ass knew better" emoticon

Happy Thursday
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KARENKANDO 7/11/2013 7:15AM

    He is precious! I completely understand your dilemma. But! Have you ever heard that saying, "when the student is ready, the teacher will appear"? Before you take Stormy to the humane society (assuming his owner doesn't come forward), maybe you should ponder the situation just a tad bit longer. Is it possible that this little fella came to you at a time that you "need" something? Perhaps not. Likely not. Just something I thought of as I read your blog. Just something I felt compelled to share. Here's to hoping Stormy's owner surfaces quickly and you won't have to make hard decisions. emoticon

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JSALERNO 7/11/2013 7:00AM


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ROSEWCI 7/11/2013 6:20AM

    Awwww, so cute! I hope he finds a forever home soon! Glad you're okay after the storms passed! I pray no one was injured! Let there be sunshine today!

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STALEYK 7/11/2013 5:58AM

    AWWW what a cute kitten. What a survivor! We had storms but you must have had them worse. We had a lot of limbs down. I work in the insurance industry but haven't had any claims from our area...yet. It did get so dark and rain hard for about 40 minutes yesterday.

Hope you find Stormy a home....I so enjoy little ones and big ones.

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MARYJOANNA 7/11/2013 5:53AM

  Adorable kitten. Perhaps if you put the kitten in a cat carrier at night that would help. Cats usually adjust.

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