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  1. Paige says:

    Thank you. So sweet….we do learn so much from God’s creatures, if we have eyes to see and ears to listen.

  2. Michael says:

    Thank you, Paige…

  3. Xenia says:

    Our big orange cat Mr. Noodles was attached to our dog Lilly. We thought he was fond of us but nope, it was the dog he was following from room to room. After Lilly passed away a few months ago, he cried a lot (so did we) and moped. Just stayed in one or two rooms. Then we got the pup Daisy and he’s back to normal (so are we). Noodles lets Daisy chew on his ears and eat his kitty snacks. Animals are great!

  4. Michael says:


    There is a beautiful purity in how animals love us…I’m glad you’re feeling better since your loss.
    I’m still a ways away…..

  5. Candance McGee says:

    Now I’m crying for Miss Kitty.

  6. Michael says:


    She’s a sweetheart…we’ll get through this.
    I’ll pass on your heart for her, to her…

  7. JoelG says:

    I’m sorry for your broken heart Michael. It will take a while.

    There’s a lot of sad and lonely folks out in the world. I don’t think we need to look very far. A little kindness as demonstrated by Miss Kitty heals wounds.

    Thank you for the reminder.

  8. Michael says:


    Thank you, my friend.

  9. Captain Kevin says:

    I should know better than to read your cat stories at work. My heart is torn open.

  10. Michael says:


    Blessings on you and your heart…

  11. Em says:

    Miss Kitty, for some reason, reminds me of a dear older woman who rang our doorbell years ago…. she said she was just walking the neighborhood to invite folks to visit her church – she handed us a bulletin, saying that she hoped we’d visit them, that she hoped to see us on Sunday… It was the best group of genuine, simple Christian people that we ever fellowshipped with….

  12. Michael says:


    That’s pretty much who she is…

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