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Sammy- Rescued Cat-1





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Uploaded on Jul 31, 2011

Yesterday, July 29th, I was sitting at work behind the computer, as the day was going slow here in my small town. I work at Local Lou's, a gas station just off the highway in Sicamous. No customers had been in for the past half hour, so I was trying to concentrate on a short story or something I could work on for my wonderful fans. Then I noticed a black and white kitty outside the window, attempting to cross the highway.

Now, if it weren't summer, crossing the highway wouldn't have been a big deal. Sicamous is a small town, only 3,000 people, but that number doubles-to-triples in the Summer time. And traffic was crazy yesterday.

So I bolted out the door and frantically started calling this cat. In the most babiest voice possible, here I am, the gas pump attendant and cashier of a little gas station, calling to a stray cat.

Well, that attracted customers. A few cars pulled in and watched as the cat slowly made it's way towards me, where I quickly snatched it up by the scruff of it's neck... and got clawed to death in the process. Well, not quite, but man was it a crazy thing!!

I carried it and tossed it into the office of the store and went out to help the customers who greeted me with "Nice save!" "That's a cute little cat" and other compliments.

When I finished helping out the customers, I grabbed a bag of kitten food off our store shelf and two dishes from the back. Filled one with water and returned to the little kitty.

Little kitty, who I started calling Kit, gobbled down two and a half bowls of food, nearly choking. I had to take the bowl away from it several times so that she would chew the food!

She finally warmed up to me and let me check her over. I found out she was a little lady, fairly young, about 4-6 months... and pregnant. Just a baby herself, having more babies. Another huge example why people need to get their animals fixed.

Well, Kit stayed with me my whole shift, then my mom came with a cat carrier and we loaded her up and I closed the store. We brought her home and fell in love with the little thing. My dad still doesn't know (he's visiting family in Saskachewan and is back Monday) and we are kinda worried about what he will think. But I know I did the right thing by saving little kitty.

This morning we chose her name. My gramma Ruby, who passed away almost two years ago, loved cats. She used to have a black and white male cat named Sam. So Kit's new name is Sammy, in dedication of my gramma and her cat from long ago.

When she has her babies and they are old enough we will find them loving homes... and she will be getting fixed right away. No more babies having babies.

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