You didn't really have a choice, I think! I know you're going to enjoy having her around, and underfoot, and in your favorite chair, and... She's a lucky kitty!
Yeah!!! So glad you decided to keep her. She deserves a good home!Linda
The more the merrier :) and what's one more anyway?!
She needs a playmate. Someone her age to grow old with. How about ZERO! I use to rescue and now have 7. Trust me, you can do it!!! BWAH HAHAHA!
Actually, Harrison (who is 20) is living at home for the time being, and he really, really likes Zero. Zero hangs out a lot with Harrison (and purrs just looking at Harrison.) We have told our son that if he wants to keep Zero, he can. What's one more? And then he'll have a friend for the next twenty years, hopefully! :)He's still trying to make up his mind....
Yeah! I'm so glad, I was hoping that you would keep her. One more won't make that much different.
YAY!!!!! :DYou both look very happy! :)
I think she is going to keep you! It was meant to be...she's adorable and so lucky to have you to take care of her.
OMG! Let me talk to Harrison. HE NEEDS ZERO (just like I NEED Ann Dale). Besides how can you look at that little belly on Zero and not want to kiss him to pieces. Fingers crossed.
Wonderful! She loves you...Lee Anna
This post made me smile. I don't think you'll regret the decision.Carol S.
Look at those two happy girls! So glad to hear Dottie decided to keep you :-) Harrison really needs Zero, or I will consider driving eight hours.... Theresa,you always bring a smile to my face with your posts. Happy Friday, happy stitching! Angela
That's fantastic news. Although I'm not surprised. :)Zero is lovely too. I'm still giggling about the picture of him falling asleep in the box.
Beautiful addition !!!
I'm so glad to hear it, she's a lucky girl. I hope your son decided to keep Zero, he's so appealing (they all are).
So happy for you! Hope your son keeps Zero, too!
That is such happy news, for both of you!!
I was so hoping you would keep her! The two of you have a special bond. You made the right decision. : )
Hooray! I was hoping you would. This is from a woman who currently has 5 (count 'em, 5) cats living indoors and is taking care of about 10 feral kitties who live in the back yard.
I am so happy that you are keeping Dottie. Kitties that you raise from newborns have a different relationship with you than ones you acquire when they are older. Dottie will always consider you her mom and she will always be your baby.
Lucky kitty! I am still amazed at your ability to foster, and not keep all of them. It has to be hard for you and your family yet you continue to do it and you deserve honors for that.
She looks like a little lady!!! Congrats!
Yeah!!! So happy!!!Wanda
Such happy news! I don't think I could have let that little face go either.
:o) so sweet!
I am SO glad! You both look very happy and she's so sweet. I was really hoping you would keep her because she loves you so much already. I know you'll be very happy with your decision. Congratulations cat momma!
So happy for you guys!!!
Who could resist that cute little face!!Glad you decide to keep her :-)
Thank you for keeping Dottie. She is beautiful and one lucky little girl!
Woo Hoo!! I'm so happy for both of you! You belong together.
Soooooooooo happy for you!!!!
Theresa, I was so happy to see both of your happy faces with the words, "We're going to keep her." I'm so thrilled and I'm glad that your son loves Zero, too!
You are right Theresa, What is one more!!! She has a loving Home!!
There's always room for one more!! She choose you and you were meant to be together. Dottie will be alot of fun! I'm so happy for you!
Fantastisch !!!Herzlichen Glückwunsch !!Liebe Grüße von Anja
AWESOME....Congrats on your new addition to the family!
This is a wonderful new ! I well know wath is a special feeling....I'm really happy for you !!!!
You know....looking at the photo of the two of you, she looks like you!!! So, she HAS to be your baby!
thank goodness - I am so relieved and happy for that baby face and you and your family. Melody
She is soooooooo cute! But then I'd have a hard time with most of them and think they were cute and that I'd need to keep them. I admire you for what you do and being able to give them to good homes and good people!!!
Of course you are, Mom!
She's adorable! Good for you both! Pat
What a special person you are! :)
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