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  1. Linn says:

    When my very shy little Ally came to me in April of 2020, she hid under the bed and hissed. Then, she moved to the back of the toilet and hissed. I had some lickable treats left over from my previous kitty (she didn’t like them), and I tried one. It still took another month, but Ally started waking me up for her delicious treat in a tube. She still is ready right at 4:40 am ( I get 10 minutes to get my first cup of coffee). I wish humans responded to tuna in a tube, but I have a few acquaintances for which I continue to try different “offerings.”

  2. JD says:

    Glad that Smokey is becoming the Phoenix Purrer. God sent us a dog to love us when we needed some, when people just couldn’t cut it I suppose.
    Keep up the current work in Christ, while resting in the finished work of Christ, I say unto you all.

  3. Michael says:


    I’ve never understood why so many don’t know that it’s the kindness of god that leads to repentance…probably the same reason we don’t try to ‘love our enemies’… keep trying those offerings…

  4. Michael says:


    I’ve always done better with pets than people…and vice versa…but the pets help me tolerate the people… 🙂

  5. BrideofChrist says:

    Oh, such a funny story! I love it! But what is sad is that you are right; so many of us treat animals better than the people God has surrounded us with.

  6. Em says:

    “pets help me tolerate the people…”. LOL
    life isn’t easy… our neighbor has a serious drinking problem and is coming home today from another round of rehab’. I wonder why she can’t come to grips with the fact that life isn’t fair OR easy… Too easy to run to the bottle, i guess…. dunno

  7. filbertz says:

    the world has tilted more towards balance now that a Friday cat post is up…thanks, and well said. My bride and I were speaking of this very thing, sans cats, in the car the other night.

  8. Michael says:

    Thanks, fil…give my best to your bride as well.

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