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Milo update

Saturday, January 14, 2012

A few of my SP Friends have asked & I just uploaded a ton of photos - so here ya go:

The last time I took my little buddy to the vet, the vet tech was SHOCKED when I mentioned, "It's hard to believe this is the same kitten that I brought in a box." Her jaw dropped & said, "OMGosh, I never would have thought this was the same animal. We didn't think he was going to make it." Here was my sick little boy in September when we found him on the sidewalk (in the 100+ pound dog's mouth) and moved him into the garage (rehab) emaciated, dirty & flea covered:

He's now about 6 months old & 7.5 pounds and almost as tall & long as my 9 year old cat. He's SO affectionate & loves being held. Remember when I said we'd get him back to health & I'd find him a home? Yeah, right!! I love this little boy with all my heart. I can't imagine my home without him. We rub noses like a mama & baby tiger & he is my shadow. I melt when I see him. My little lovey now:

Here are 2 pics from last night. I started out reading a book. The dog LOVES my blankey & joined me. The cat was jealous & laid on top of the dog!!

After the cat kicked the dog off my lap, (Dazey does not like to share.) he stretched out & claimed me for himself. I thought it was so funny how LONG he is when he stretches out. His head is on my lap & his feet & tail are by my ankles. He's not like amazon big or anything, he's just so skinny that he looks ridiculously long. It was so funny I had to snap a picture.

Thanks for asking about my "baby!!" lol.
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    Adorable pictures!! Milo looks great! I had a feeling your home would become his permanent home. emoticon
    2651 days ago
    Thanks for the update on Milo! He is precious & very lucky to have found a loving home.

    2654 days ago
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