Little Stray Cat Scares Much Larger Cats With Her Big Personality

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Kittenkaboodle, aka Boodle, aka Boo arrived on our step in May, a half-grown kitten, and quickly warmed up to my husband (although I was usually the one with the food, the little ingrate).

PHOTO: PIXABAY / GUNDULA VOGEL

Turned out, though, she had plenty of affection to go around, a really loud purr for such a little cat, and a tiny squeaky rusty meow. She came around all summer, and when it began to get cold in November, we made a place for her in our basement.


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I would have loved to have added her to the household, but no matter what we tried, she couldn’t abide our two neutered males. Poor Harry (who outweighed her by about seven pounds) was scared to death of her.

PHOTO: PIXABAY / ARTUR PAWLAK

So, she needed a home of her own, and we decided she would have a better shot at adoption if she was spayed and had her shots. With that taken care of, we took to Facebook. There are any number of local animal organizations, and we showed her picture and story on them all.

A woman who had recently lost her cat to age-related illness fell in love with her, and off went Boo to her new home. Her owner sends pictures sometimes, and Miss Boo has a truly wonderful life.

PHOTO: JEANNE MACDONALD

Story submitted by Jeanne MacDonald from New Waterford, Canada.

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