Kitty in the Tarp!

by Olivia Lorenzo
(Johnstown, PA)

My little love

My little love

My friend lives on a farm. One day her husband was working in the garage. He unrolled a big tarp and out fell a tiny furball. He placed the kitten on the ground but she kept climbing up the tarp, trying to see what was going on. My friend and her daughter fed the cat, who they named Katie with an eye dropper until she could eat on her own.

Katie spent her first few months in their house with three big dogs pushing her around. However, My friend's husband was allergic to cats, so when she heard that I was in the market for a pet, she suggested that I adopt Katie. I really wanted a male cat,because I'd had bad experiences with females in the past and my late cat.

Stan, was a big tomcat who ruled the neighborhood and I had been very close to him. Nonetheless, one look at Katie's picture and I was in love. She was a tiny, calico kitten, mostly head with a skinny little body.

Katie is my first, ever indoor cat and she is my precious, beautiful baby girl. I never thought I'd really get attached to an animal again after Stan died, but Katie stole my heart. She is the current love of my life, and she is now four years old, full grown at 12 pounds, spoiled rotten and very content. I can't imagine life without her. She is my very best friend.

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