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Monday, February 7, 2011

Diamond Boy :o)

I would like to share with you my dear bloggie friends something that happened about 3 weeks ago...

My Daddy got home from work on a Thursday evening, and told my Mommy that a Kitty darted out of the postal truck into their distribution center.
Everybody tried catching the guy but he was FAST and scared.
That Thursday night they put up a trap cage with food and water for him but he did not go in there; ate the food from the outside (smart kitty). Nobody saw him during the day on Friday.
They rearranged the food for Friday night and on Saturday morning, my Mommy and Daddy went in the place to find him trapped. He hissed at my Pawrents and did not look happy at all.
They moved the cage into my Daddy's warm and comfy office and they gave him more food and water.

My Mommy called several places without luck until one place, a no kill shelter, said: “Yes, you can bring him/her to us!”
Mommy had tears of joy. Luckily the place is not that far from our house so my Pawrents took the poor lost soul there. He was very sweet and quiet in the car.
The VERY nice people there took him in their loving care.
The Lady that runs the place thinks that he is a fairly young Boy.
Here is a picture of him before they took him there:


O.K. Now before I tell you this, please make sure you are sitting down or have a comfy couch to fall on..............

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They take care of 200 Kitties! Yes, 200!

My Mommy said that they all looked so happy and content and the place was so neat and clean.
They all have names and they are all so friendly.
Here are some pictures my Mommy took:




This was just from one small section of the Kitty house; they also have a room full of Kitties with Leukemia... :o(

So Diamond Boy (she named him Diamond after the name of Daddy's distribution center), will be very happy there until he finds his forever home :o)
My Mommy goes there once a week with goodies for them and visits with Diamond Boy. The wonderful people tell her that he is a very sweet boy but still kind of shy.

On top of the Kitty house, they also have the doggie houses.
The name of the rescue place is:
Society Of St. Francis in Kenosha, WI

Every time my Mommy comes home from visiting there, she hugs and loves us even more than usual and I can tell that she is praying that they all find wonderful and loving forever homes.
She says that everything happens for a very good reason in our lives and this proves it once again!
Because of Diamond  Boy, she found out about this loving and caring place and she will do her best to help out as much as she can.
These are the people that God puts on this Earth to be called True Angels.

Pawsome thanks for reading this post ♥

Praying that all poor homeless souls, find shelter and food soon and stay out of the bitter cold temps.

Later,

24 comments:

Corbin said...

Aw, what a wonderful rescue for Diamond boy to go to! So nice of your parents to rescue him and bring him there. We always find it so sad how many doggies and kitties don't have homes...
-Corbin

Maggie Mae said...

OoH yes, a wunderful story! My paws is crossed fur Diamond Boy and da rest of dose kittehs and doggies to find dere furever homes soon.

Woofs and Licks,
Maggie Mae

Minnie Moo said...

200 kitties in the same place?! OMG that's crazy. I hope that Diamond boy finds an awesome new place!

Muah,

Minnie Moo

Trixie, Lily, and Sammy-Joe said...

Thanks for saving that kitty! He's probably happy to be warm and safe. We hope he finds a good home... but until then, it looks like he has a GREAT place to stay! :)

Asta said...

Neeko
What a wondewful stowy. Youw Mommi is wight. by Helping that one shy kitteh, she found out about this wondewful place and now so many mowe can be helped. This is wondewful..We can tell those fuwwkids awe loved and well taken cawe of
thanks fow telling us about it
smoochie kisses
ASTA

3 doxies said...

What a wonderful heartwarming story of compassion! I am so glad your dad's work tried to help...most peeps wouldn't haves cared and just let it fend fur itself...AFTER they got ot outts da building.
Props to da rescue taking care of so many kittehs. Sounds likes they REALLY take good cate of 'em.

Puddles

♥I am Holly♥ said...

What a wonderful story! We hope Diamond and all of the other ones find their forever home soon! Lots of love, Holly and mom

K9 + Grace said...

Hello my sweet! I know where you get your sweetness! From you loving and caring parents! Thank them for me and give them extra licks for saving Diamond boy! What a wonderful shelter to take care of some many kitties! It is so nice your sweet mommy to help them out and visit Diamond boy too!

Licks,
Ruthie

Mr. Pip said...

Gosh, I never get tired of this story! I am so happy that dear Diamond Boy is safe and sound, especially since it is supposed to be so cold the next few days.

Thanks so much for your message today. It is still just a dream, but hopefully some day. Maybe we can talk about it soon.

Pip & Kristin

P.S: Did you really see a coyote?

Oskar said...

What an amazing place! I'm glad Diamond found such a great temporary home. I hope he finds his forever home soon!

Nubbin wiggles,
Oskar

mayziegal said...

Gosh, Neeko! That is one of the bestest stories I ever heard! Aren't you just so very thankful that there are angels out there walking around on earth taking care of lost doggies and kittehs? I know I am. I had my very own angel looking out for me, you know.

My paws are crossed that Diamond Boy finds his forever home real soon.

Wiggles & Wags,
Mayzie

Jon Terry said...

Thanks for sharing with us such great and heartwarming news. I'm so glad to hear that Diamond has such a wonderful place to stay. Your daddy and mommy deserves a kiss for not giving up in looking for a home for Diamond. Well Done!!

Love ya,
Jon Terry

Sugar the Golden Retriever said...

Woof! Woof! Glad that Diamond Boy found temp home. WOW! 200 kitties. Golden kisses n hugs to your mom n dad for helping Diamond Boy. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

K9 + Grace said...

Heehee! My mommy came after me too when she read all of the sweet comments on our posty!

Licks,
Ruthie

Amy and The House of Cats said...

hi Neeko! Wow we are so behind in visiting but boy we love that this is the post we get to catch up with you with! Your mom and dad are awesome for helping that poor scared kitty find such a wonderful place to stay til he finds his forever home! And thanks for telling us about the shelter - it isn't too far from us (only like an hour or so) and boy it sounds like a great place for the animals to be!

thedreadpiratejack said...

Awww Neeko how lucky for Diamond boy dat your Mom n Dad is such lovely people nots everyone woulds havs done dat for a kitteh.
Dem be awesome !

Luv
Richie
xx xx

Keisha said...

I has a glad! I like Mr. Kitty. I am sure he will have a nice home very soons. :)

Remington said...

AWESOME! I also hope all lost ones will find warm places to go and better yet to find good loving forever homes....

OKcats said...

Cutie Neeko, Society of St. Francis sounds like the most wonderful place ever! We like how the cats are roaming free instead of crammed into cages. We think it's very important to support shelters like this, so we love that you and your Mommy did this post to give them more recognition. It's even more special that they take in the cats who have Feline Leukemia - many places can't. We're sending our purrs to you and your Mommy and Daddy for being good folks :)

K9 + Grace said...

Hello my sweet handsome Neeko, *SWOON* I would love to be your valentine *BLUSH* what a hunk you are.....

Licks,
Ruthie

Chewy said...

oh neeko! What a great post! I love cats but my momma is allergic.

Chewy

K9 + Grace said...

Heehee! Mommy said I could go with you! She said usually she wouldn't allow her daughter to go places with such a handsome man but she trusts you. Heehee!

Licks,
Ruthie

♥ Sallie said...

Awww. Great story!

See you at the Valentine's Weekend Blog Party!

Hugs,

CindyLu's Muse said...

What a lucky boy! We pray for all the homeless ones, too - hopefully some day there won't be any.

Your parents are awesome!!