Wordless Wednesday: And Then We Said Goodbye

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We took Moo back to the Humane Society on Saturday so that he could be neutered and adopted out.

My daughter begged us to keep him…I begged my husband…but he talked some sense into me.

We have enough animals already – and the Humane Society finds homes for kittens SUPER DUPER FAST.

But still, it’s hard to say goodbye to a little cuddle bug.

Le sigh.

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Comments

  1. says

    We still have the little kitten we caught outside. She’s restricted to my daughter’s room, since my son is allergic to cats. But she’s not confined to the cage anymore. We’ll be taking her into the vet soon for a complete checkup, shots, and everything else.

  2. says

    I have NO idea how you guys do it. I wouldn’t be able to take in all these sweet babies then give them back :(

    I’m sure he’s in great hands though and a perfect a family will adopt him

  3. Miranda M says

    I’m sorry that you had to give him away, but it is a comfort that such a cute, cuddly kitten will surely find a loving home.

  4. says

    What a lovely and adorable little kitten, I’m sure it would have been extremely difficult for this family to say goodbye to such an innocent and loving creature. For them, this Wednesday would be remembered as a ‘Dark Wednesday’ when they had to bid adieu to their cute little pet without any fault of hers. How guilty they might be feeling, for sure. I hope the Humane Society finds a loving and caring home for this tiny kitten soon.

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