This is going to be a very sad story turned into a happy story.
That’s what I’m all about.
Taking the bad and turning it into good.
Cat Depot did that for me, and I believe in passing it on!
Here’s where it all began…
…in a hoarding house.
Cat Depot’s Community Cat team went in and rescued all the cats.
Among those cats was a little girl, terrified and sight impaired.
They named her Blueberry.
You’ve heard her story before.
Her nickname was Turtle Girl, because she wouldn’t come out of her shell.
Well, not in Bow-Tie’s world!
I have been working with this little girl for two months now.
Look how far she’s gotten…
…I’ve been taking her outside.
That’s waaaaay out of her shell.
I’m so proud of her.
She stays close for comfort, but has started going off on her own.
She was born in and lived in a filthy attic for her first 9 months of life.
The whole outside world is new to her.
She likes saying hi to the kitties inside while she’s out in the big world.
She’s comfortable in the outside world now.
We keep her leash on in case she does something crazy.
Oh wait. She did do something crazy…
…she dug a big hole…
…and then she rolled in it.
She had a good time.
She’s got a good life now.
She is healthy and happy.
She still can’t see very well, but that’s not important.
What’s important is she gets to be a happy cat in a happy home forever.
Thank you Cat Depot, and thank you Community Cats.
It’s a big world out there Blueberry…
…and it’s yours to enjoy!
See you all next week.
The Dapper Gent
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