Woman Finds A Note From The Previous Owners Home, And Follows Instructions

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  • Published on:  Thursday, August 2, 2018
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    When a woman, named Miranda, and her housemate moved into their new home, they were surprised to find a Letter from the previous homeowner.

    #Pets #Cats #Animals

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  • Hart Coronet

    Hart Coronet

     2 months ago

    We human beings can be amazing if we're just given the chance.

  • Peps Haven

    Peps Haven

     2 months ago

    1 - get a proof reader. You desperately need one. 2 - learn ENGLISH. You are speaking in incomplete sentences and don't appear to know even incedibly simple things. Eg: "longterm" is actually TWO words, not one. 3 - if you are too lazy to get a proof reader, at least use a goddamned spell checker. If you want to be taken seriously, good grammar and sentence construction will go a long way to achieving that. All you have achieved thus far is to make youself look ignorant and uneducated. Congratulations.

  • Ashley Smith

    Ashley Smith

     2 months ago

    Thank you for having a good heart and looking after the cat in the backyard, I'm glad they left you a note so you would know about him and thanks for feeding him and giving him water.🐾🐱💙

  • Day’Me Willems

    Day’Me Willems

     2 months ago

    I hope they did.

  • ladyvictoria8

    ladyvictoria8

     2 months ago

    Thank you for taking over his care...

  • Maggie Lee

    Maggie Lee

     2 months ago

    💙❤💙❤💙

  • Sydney Piper Bristow

    Sydney Piper Bristow

     2 months ago

    Awww, sweet story.

  • Kathryn Johnson

    Kathryn Johnson

     2 months ago

    Thank you so much for taking on the feeding, watering and loving of the kitty...bless your heart...❤💜🧡💛💚💙

  • Laureen Callahan

    Laureen Callahan

     2 months ago

    Bless that Darling Cat! Thanks!

  • kitteekittee

    kitteekittee

     2 months ago

    This is so sweet and amazing ❤❤❤

  • Åsa S

    Åsa S

     2 months ago

    The previous owner should've taken him to the vet and got him neutered instead of just keeping him in the backyard. Over those 12 years I can only imagine how many poor homeless kittens their decision to take care of him, but not really take care of him for real, has led to.

  • Verisetti

    Verisetti

     2 months ago

    Thank you, I hope you plan to trap him and give him a check up and fixed. There is plenty of help when you get to that stage I'm sure especially from this video responders :).

  • K AH

    K AH

     2 months ago

    Poor baby!!

  • Laura Bryce

    Laura Bryce

     2 months ago

    He is so beautiful!

  • Georgiana Punea

    Georgiana Punea

     2 months ago

    You did the right thing and more and this beautiful wise looking cat is really appreciating your attention and care. God bless you!💝😺🐈🐱💝

  • Rose B

    Rose B

     2 months ago +2

    I love cats but am wondering and am a little bit sceptical after watching that vid if the note was just a con... to take the previous owners cat! Because at the end... the cat didn’t seem as feral as they thought it would be

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    ΦΡΑΝΣΟΥΑΖ ΠΑΝΑΓΙΩΤΙΔΟΥ

     2 months ago

    ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤👍👍👍👍😘😘😘😘

  • Wanda Burgess

    Wanda Burgess

     3 months ago

    Touching story of really good people! God Bless and hugs from Canada!

  • Desratlinda

    Desratlinda

     3 months ago +1

    So why don't they tell us the "rest of the story"??

  • dmprisk

    dmprisk

     3 months ago

    I feed the strays round my house and when a new one shows up, I always say Hello and usually they run away, because they are so use to people being mean to them. But they always come back for the food. I keep saying Hello, and put food down, I don't make eye contact at first, just talk to them and leave until they know I'm not going to hurt them. It makes me sad to know people are mean to these animals. They eventually know it's a safe house at my house. And I will trap and fix them and put them back so no kittens will be born, it's called TNR. So happy to know that nice people will continue the feeding. God Bless them.