Thursday, December 12, 2013

Truth in Signage

But if it's not art, what is it?

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  1. We found her, just by chance in the end, because there was no chemistry with anyone at our first stop, but after a shopping stop, I thought that the pet store in that complex now had strays from a rescue organization, and when we checked, there she was - I knew her immediately, and she is perfect. A three year old tortoiseshell, just spayed by the organization, she purrs and snuggles and is right at home, in only 16 hours with us. We love her and I know I won't even mind the scooping. The cat-sized hole in my heart has been filled in. We named her Quinn.

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    1. Oh, you've made my day and it was not a good one at all until now! Congratulations to you all! I love her name, so elegant and distinctive. (We often struggle with names.) It's wonderful when you recognize your new cat immediately. I found my "soul cat" Bunnelina at the MSPCA when she was curled up sleeping in her cage so I couldn't see her face. Seeing her face confirmed it but my hands were already removing her little "Adopt Me" paper so no one else could get her. I wish you much health and happiness together! Thanks so much for letting me know!

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  2. 1st: love the NOT ART sign. Isn't that kind of an oxymoron in the eye of the beholder?

    2nd: Congratulations to the torti, Quinn, for finding her forever human. I don't even know you but it makes my heart light just knowing another human animal bond has been forged. I wish you many years of love, snuggles and happiness with each other. I am smiling for you both.

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  3. I agree!! Always happy to hear that a kitty has a good home :)

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