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.

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  • Gary Smith

     (Aug 2, 2018)

    There is more good than bad people on earth this story tells it from a mile

  • gumbess

     (Sep 13, 2018)

    Either of the humans should be treated the injured paw. It's easy to buy a trap then take it to the vet. And if they really wanted they could've also brought the cat inside to adjustI feel honestly a lot of so called good Samaritans only go so far as not to cost them money or true hard effort cuz these nobler animals r 3rd class citizens to the human animals. I work as a rescuer at my expense n this is sad truth about these Luke warm hearted animal lovers.

  • Jeremy Mijangos

     (Aug 3, 2018)

    Devil Gene same situation with you u just know good people look at the world we live in scammers rapist murderers hackers animal abusare how often do you hear someone helped someone and then how much tiles have u heard someone got murdered

  • Round House

     (Aug 2, 2018)

    Cat people are awesome 🤗

  • Elemental 206411

     (Sep 2, 2018)

    True, not many dog people are as nice as cat people for me I have met so many people with cats who are very nice!! To be honest dog people probably don't take care of their pets aswell as us

  • J. B.

     (Aug 29, 2018)

    +Eulalie Grace I think I just might lol

  • MatchstalkMan

     (Aug 3, 2018)

    Bless him! This reminds me of a little semi-feral cat that arrived at our house one day. Cautious at first, it was many months before she was comfortable with us and eventually she allowed us to pat her head and stroke her coat.

  • Doris Washington

     (Aug 2, 2018)

    Thank you Miranda for keeping up the old homeowners tradition. I pray Raz lets u love and care for him. He certainly seems to want to. Good for u for introducing him to ur kitties that may be the ice breaker this beautiful senior needs. Maybe Raz can spend his golden years giving and receiving love. Thank you for being a kind and loving person Miranda, I will be praying for u and Raz that the 2 of u can have a long,happy,loving relationship. God bless u both😇😇🐾🐾😻😻

  • Doris Washington

     (Aug 4, 2018)

    Angelica AH I agree he wants it so bad but he's scared but if Miranda keeps working with him he's going to become part of her family. She has already gotten him to come around a little bit. I think this senior furbaby is gonna end up loving them and having a furrever home with much love and peace in his golden years. I'm going to pray for it for him he deserves it, needs it, and definitely showing all the signs he wants it bad!!!😻😻💕💕🐾🐾

  • Angelica AH

     (Aug 4, 2018)

    Doris Washington I think Raz wanna come in and befriend the house cat.....

  • Michele Doage

     (Aug 2, 2018)

    I still believe there is more good people in this world than bad, and this just proves it. I hope they all have a wonderful life together. God Bless.

  • Jeremy Mijangos

     (Aug 3, 2018)

    Michele Doage it’s not true man most of the good people get shoved into the corner hate to say it but it’s so true

  • Cita Garcia

     (Aug 2, 2018)

    Thanks Ms.Miranda for feeding the cat😍😍😍

  • Phyllis Steging

     (Aug 3, 2018)

    Gosh---12 years is a long time but after being tken care of all that time, the cat will stay. If they continue feeding this beauty he might become an indoors cat. That would be great.

  • Charlie Franz

     (Aug 2, 2018)

    All kitties are worth saving. Humans just have to let them know this. Making friends with a kitty makes me feel good and I know they do too.

  • Eulalie Grace

     (Aug 29, 2018)

    Charlie Franz - I've been doing animal rescue for a few decades now. And you are correct. Cats are by far the most abused domestic animal. We just don't hear about it because, the attitude is, "hey, it's only a cat". Or "boys will be boys". Cats have what I call a 2nd class status in pets. Even with dog fighting - you rarely hear about the cats stolen or "adopted" and used for bait. This is fact. Serial killers may torture any animal, but mostly it'll be cats. ...

  • Charlie Franz

     (Aug 3, 2018)

    Chrissy J I'm not asking you to.

  • Bumba Clatt

     (Aug 2, 2018)

    Love cats love cats love cats love cats love cats.. nuff said really 😍😍😍

  • Ikajo

     (Aug 3, 2018)

    Bumba Clatt I'm very lucky. He doesn't really like other people, I'm the only one he gets close to.

  • Bumba Clatt

     (Aug 3, 2018)

    Ikajo sweet, lucky you ☺

  • daniel stewart

     (Aug 3, 2018)

    I have 4 feral cats outside in my yard. 3 are about 2 yrs old but the oldest is a feller named Frank. He's missing his front right paw and has been here 4-5 yrs. I've never gotten to pet him even though i feed him at least once a day. He even knows his name. I feed them on the front porch in good weather but when it turns cold i have a building out back that I've cut a hole in the floor for them to get in. I've made them beds which I've hooked heat lamps above so they can stay warm no matter how co...

  • Renita Pyle

     (Sep 6, 2018)

    daniel stewart Maybe you could try to slowly lure them into the house to feed. At first with the door open the whole time. Hopefully one day they could trust and learn the affection from humans

  • Eulalie Grace

     (Aug 29, 2018)

    daniel stewart - not sure where you're located ... Try contacting Alley Cat Allies for T-N-R info in your area. We have an organization that helps us - if we can trap the cats, they'll spay/neuter and inoculate them, as long as we return them and try to care as best we can for them. I wish more people were as compassionate as you. Snert sounds like a sweetie