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Thank goodness for persistent and caring people in this world

The Tara Pickens/Hope McTaco/C.A.T. story
Joyce M Coomer writes:
I am so glad the kitten got rescued . . . and wish I could have taken him/her home. I stopped at Taco Bell after work around 7pmCT yesterday to see if the kitten had been rescued and was so glad to hear that it had been. I didn't ask what color the kitten was, but dreamed this morning of someone giving me three black kittens -- two about the size of Hope McTaco, and one about half grown.

Thank goodness there are persistent and caring people in this world. I have picked up numerous cats that were abandoned and they all have been wonderful companions. Right now, I have only one cat that was born on our farm, the rest were tossed aside like garbage until I came along. --Joyce M Coomer
About: Operation Kitty Rescue is successful

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