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Miracle Story


Kerry Carter
North Rocks
New South Wales

Our Miracle Cat

Submitted into: Miracles of Hope Category,

On: 2009-07-27 21:24:33

Our Miracle Cat


On our regular afternoon walks by the waterfront in our suburb my husband and I came across a cat which appeared to have been abandoned. We saw her over several days and made enquiries to find out if she belonged to anyone. Our fears were confirmed when we were told her owners had moved away and left her.

 As we lived in a flat we weren't supposed to have animals but after pressuring my husband he made me a deal that if she followed us home I could keep her. He really didn't think there was a chance she could find her way. We lived about a kilometre away, several streets, and through a cutting. Then there were the local dogs we always patted along the way that she would have to make her way past. I had a 'talk" to her and told her what she had to do.
A couple of days later, at about 11am when I usually checked the mail, I went out front to the letterboxes and to my amazement there she was, sitting right at the front door of the block of units!  I forgot all about the mail, scooped her up and took her inside to her new home.

I honestly don't know how she did it, but I'm glad she did. I still think it was a miracle