Lucky Lucky Cat

by Remi Carnaby
(Shawnee, KS)

Lucky was a little kitten when me sisters Marley, Lysla, Natalia, Addie, and Charity found her crawling into a storm drain. Charity grabbed her before she could make it down there and she didn't make a fuss, she just relaxed in my sister's arms. We took her to the local cat rescue center. They didn't think she would make it. She was starving and thin, when she breathed you could feel her weak bones trying hard to breath. Her fur was matted, and she had multiple cuts in her ear. We were sitting in the lobby, praying that our little kitten would make it, and then a young nurse came out of the room beaming. "Your cat is doing great! We fed her and trimmed her hair. She will be just fine!" she giggles My sisters and I all started yelling and jumping up and down. Our faith definitely gave us all hope that our little cat would pull through. We named her Lucky because she was so lucky to have made it through. She WAS the lucky one. Unfortunately, so many cats are not so lucky. If it weren't for my little sister, Lucky wouldn't have made it.

**Today, Lucky is a SPOILED cat! She makes her rounds sleeping on our beds instead of HER bed. She is the sweetest cat I have ever encountered. It took no convincing to get our mom and dad to keep her. They were so generous about Lucky. If it weren't for them, Lucky wouldn't have taught us the things she has taught us, and wouldn't have impacted us like she has.
Praise the Lord that Lucky is safe!

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