My hubby and I over that past few months have been sort of looking for another pet. It's been almost 3yrs since we lost our sweet little poodle mix Tootsie to cancer. We hemmed and hawed around not sure if we wanted ot make that kind of commitment again. We searched and looked and prayed about it. I finally said lets just put it aside and God if you want us to have a pet you will just have to bring one into ourlives. So on my birthdday which was May 21st. I got up as usual and walked over to our patio doors to look out at our backyard. Sitting in one corner of our deck was this... I slowly opened the patio door and the cat just stayed sitting in the corner.We have had other cats show up in our yard. But as soon as you opened the door they ran for the hills. She just sat there. So I asked her if she would lilke to come in. She meowed at me and slowly walked through the door and hasn't left since. I wasn't sure I wanted a cat because they can try and eat your indoor plants. Or they scratch on your furniture and jump up on your cupboards. I felt sorry for her as she was clearly under fed, and seemed like such a sweet little cat. I thought because of her size she was about 10 months old. She had a poochy belly that looked like she could be pregnant. So I took her to my vet to see if she had a micro chip and if they could tell me if she was pregnant. Well no micro chip and the vet said that they could not tell me is she was pregnant unless they took an x-ray. Really, I thought. But I didn't want to spend to much money on a cat I had just found. We found out that she had worms, and ear an fungus. Both of which we had treated. I wanted to help her be healther than she was. Then the vet told us that she weighted 6 pounds 7 ounces and was probably 10 YEARS old. She is also missing teeth and is in need of some dental work done. Which will have to wait as it is pretty expensive. Whoever had her did not take very good care of her. We still have her and she is the sweetest, best behaved cat I have ever seen. She does not scratch on the furniture, or jump up on the cupboards, or try and eat my plants. Plus she loves to be cuddled, held and purrs up a storm. So I guess God decided to bless us with just that meet all of my concerns. I do have her posted and a found cat web page and contacted the Humane Society in our area. So far she is still a part of our family. She even doesn't mind riding in the car. We call her Kit Kat and right now she is sleeping on my lap.