Lost Kitten

Lost Kitten

by Aurora Yen
(USA, Washington D.C.)



One day, on May 15, 2011, I heard a strange, loud "Meow" outside. I went to look out my window to see what was going on. When I didn't see anything, I went outside to see if there was a cat at the front door.

I didn't see anything suspicious, so I went back inside until my uncle came into the house with a tiny, greyish, kitten with hazel eyes.

She was very beautiful. I asked my uncle, "Where did you find this kitten?" and he answered, "She somehow was under a car."

Then, we realized she didn't belong to anyone, so we decided to keep her.

She is very affectionate, and gentle, despite the fact she was a wild kitten. We decided to name her Tiny, because she was very small for her age. We are still taking good care of her. And we are glad to have her as the member of the family.


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Lost Kitten

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May 30, 2011 Lovely cat
by: Leah (England)

Hello Aurora

You said the internet picture 'looked' like your cat. You mean you don't have her anymore?

I think thats a lovely story she sounds beautiful and I do hope you still have her.

May 29, 2011 Picture off the internet
by: Aurora Yen

Yes. I did find that picture off the internet. I used that picture because the cat in the picture looked exactly like my rescued cat, Tiny.

May 29, 2011 Tiny
by: Maggie

The cat in the picture is a blue Somali cat. I assume the picture is one off the Internet, as I've seen it before. 🙂

Nevertheless, well done for rescuing her. She may not have found a home if you hadn't taken her into yours.

May 29, 2011 Hi
by: Michael

Hi, Aurora, I like your story of cat rescue. One cat, but one cat rescued nonetheless. This is better than one cat killed at a cat shelter or one cat living a short and uncomfortable life as a feral.

Thanks for visiting and sharing your experiences.

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