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Three years ago, I moved in to my house. A few weeks after, I got a call from the lady at the volunteer animal rescue group. She asked me if I wanted to adopt a female ginger kitten (Ember), and that the kitten was feeling lonely because her sibling had been adopted the day before.Continue reading “My gingers”
In rural areas, black cats are deemed to be instruments of the devil, bringers of bad luck, and/or pets of mystical beings such as the aswangs. I have 3 black cats, a perplexing thought for those deep believers of superstition. I am not the devil, neither did they bring me bad luck (quite the opposite),Continue reading “Of black cats and superstition”
Pag-Asa or Asa, was a pregnant stray female who was a victim of a hit and run. She was found and rescued by a local volunteer, and an organization posted if anyone was willing to adopt a pregnant cat with disabilities. She had a broken jaw and several missing teeth, and thankfully nothing more. IContinue reading “Pag-Asa, the hit and run survivor”
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