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August 23, 2011


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Now, that's a happy story. Glad the little guy pulled through. Kudos to his wonderful owner.


Well done & congratulations! It just goes to show you that heroes come in all ages.


"...So Shines a small light in a weary world."


That's a really nice post. There's something really special about taking care of an orphaned kitten, I have done it twice, one turned out really well and she's still with us 9 years later. I think one of the most important things to do for a kitten your caring for is to get them the right supplement such as KMR kitten milk replacer. That said... tender loving care is by far first on the list :)

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