Ryan's Story, the Calico Cat

by Angel

I am retelling this story from one a friend told me about, it is completely true though.

Ryan was looking out the window about mid April 2010 and saw this white cat with calico markings. He is a cat lover so he took it into his garage to keep it safe and drove around his neighborhood trying to find its owner. No one seemed to be out looking for a cat, though. Which was strange because it isn't a neighborhood where cats just walk around and the cat was declawed so he knew it belonged to someone.

Once he had the cat checked by the vet, it went inside to meet his 3 other cats and his dog. They were living together for about 10 days happily then one night it all changed. Someone rang Ryans doorbell, but he looked out and it wasn't anyone he knew so he wasn't going to answer. Then they started knocking, not giving up. When he didn't open then, they opened the screen and started pounding on the storm door. So finally Ryan answered the door. Then the guy told him grim news, "I think you have my cat, I saw it sitting in your window." Ryan let him inside and brought him the cat. It WAS indeed his cat that had ran away. Then though, there came good news. The owner had just found out he was allergic to cats. But he said he could take the cat back if Ryan wanted him too, then go drop him off at a shelter. Then Ryan, being the cat lover he is, said that he would just go ahead and keep the cat. The guy then proceeded to get all her toys and food and litter box that belonged to the cat and brought it over to Ryan's. The cat is now enjoying its new home!

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