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The Good Animal Thread
, Fair is fair!
Scrubs: Banner Artist
Member No.: 60
Joined: 14-February 06
That's one unemployed border collie. Hilarious!True Animal Story
Got a call from friends of mine last night. Her lovely long-haired housecat, Stella, went missing in December and despite every possible effort (and a couple of false alarms) was never found.
When they got home from walking their dogs, a message on the home phone said that a very skinny cat wearing a collar with their phone number had followed some people home.
Over they go, and sure enough, it was Stella: very, very skinny, extremely matted, and stinking of rotten fish (where has she been
?). She was about a dozen city blocks from home and had crossed several scary-busy streets to get there, which is probably why she couldn't get back. She was lost and afraid of the traffic.
How she survived more than a month, in winter, we'll never know. Stella is off to the vet this morning to get checked out, then she has to find a way to deal with the new stray cat my friends just adopted last week then had vetted and spayed (literally last Thursday).
So now they have two cats and two greyhounds with two people in a tiny house. Oy!
But, still, "Yay, Stella!!"
The sun persists in rising, so I make myself stand.