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King The Kicked Cat Nicely Re-Homed — 24 Comments

  1. Yes, Chris is a real man,but not because of his looks ,because of his compassion for kitties. But to tell the truth ,I did take a second look at him.lol

      • Yes but the owners deserve a focus, too. Don’t you think it MICHAEL? and one suggestion from me, Why don’t you join a gym? I will if I get a beautiful cat alongwith pretty women comments 😉

        well King is very lucky cat and still some where deep in my heart, I am sad about the cruelty behaviors of human being, I don’t know how to stop or just literate such people.

        I have a suggestion for all governments of the world to add a subject from the right beginning in schools, if most probably they can add CAT WELFARE / ANIMAL WELFARE as a necessary readings from school to 10th class, maybe it can help to understand the behavioral aspect of human beings to improve towards the animals.

        But! I think five fingers are not equal and we human differ from one another in many ways. 🙁

        • I totally agree that animal welfare should be taught at school. I have written about that. The children are the future and it will take time for improvements in animal welfare to be made.

  2. I’m so impressed that this big, strong hunk of a man is a cat lover. I love looking at him.

    Hey, Chris…
    I’m up for adoption too!

  3. Thats such a wonderful and heartwarming story. So pleased and happy he’s got a forever home, where he wont be hurt and a warm bed in the winter, even better. Seems his new dad is a cat person too. Which is great. It’s good to have something positive. King looks really happy too. Great result!

  4. P.S. This is another nice feeling story designed to try and lift Ruth 😉 Hope you are OK Ruth. That said, we all need some nice stories. About 80% of cat stories are rather sad to be honest.

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