Another Black Cat????

by Becki
(H.B., CA)

My husband and I had just moved. The day we found our new home my husband's black cat of 14 years had still been outdoors and we couldn't get her in. So, I left the porch light on thinking that would make it safer for her. When we came home that night she still wasn't home. It wasn't until morning when we went searching for her again that we found her remains after being attacked by 2 coyotes. My husband was crushed.

After about 5 months I thought I would surprise him and looked for a cat at the ASPCA Animal Shelter. I kept coming back to this black cat that was so calm. She was the only cat in the Kennel that just kicked back even though these puppies we barking like crazy. I told my husband about her and he said, "NO!". I just couldn't get her out of my mind and went back 9 times to visit her and on the last visit I said to myself if she's there I have to get her. Long story short, I brought her home, the neighborhood kids named her, "Jinxy Kitty". My husband fell in love with her calm, cool outlook on life. She loved our dogs and kids and we all can't imagine not having another, BLACK CAT!!!!!

Comment by kate
great story. I have known so many people who after the loss of their cat said that they would never have another, but they always end up with one in the end. i think it has something to do with the universe. You are either a cat person or not and if you are the universe will always guide a lost cat to you. :)

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