My grandchildren decorated this tree for me when they were here for Thanksgiving, but there has been an addition. Its a puzzle, similar to Where's Waldo! Can you find the thing that doesn't belong? Hint: It's near the top. It's fluffy. It has two eyes.
Do you see it now? Someone abandoned this sweet tiny kitten near my house Monday morning, when the temperatures had dropped to 30. She was crying pitifully on my front porch at 5:00 in the morning. I went out to see what was going on and she ran to me shivering and hungry. She is so sweet and friendly, I can't imagine someone just abandoning her to die in the cold. We're in the country and this is not an uncommon thing, unfortunately.
I was looking for her this morning and heard only a little "mew". After searching the house, I heard a rustle in the Christmas tree and found her near the top of the 9 ft. tree.
I finally got her down for a nap!
Now maybe I can do some quilting!
Until next time.....
This picture is priceless---and so are you for opening your heart, home and Christmas tree to this little beauty. Merry Christmas, Linda.ReplyDelete
SO DARLING! Two of our three kitties were abandoned, too (and the other was from the shelter). Blessings on you and your house, and Merry Christmas!ReplyDelete
Beautiful tree and such a sweet addition to your home with the little kitten. Blessings...ReplyDelete
A lovely new decoration for your tree! Will you be able to keep her?ReplyDelete
Such a sad story but with a happy ending. And what a sweet photo of your tree with its furry ornament!ReplyDelete
She is so cute, how can anyone dump that sweet face. I've always been told that any visitor who shows up out the blue at Christmas time is very special guest and they should be treated with extra attention and love. You never know if it's an angel bringing blessings. Maybe you have an angel in disguise.ReplyDelete
How sweet, Linda. Bless your heart for rescuing her and giving her so much loving attention.ReplyDelete
A sweet story... may she bring you many blessings!ReplyDelete
Dear Christmas ornaments - you are history!ReplyDelete
However it is a cutie pie.
With all those birds in your tree...what do you expect? :) That is the sweetest thing! Thank you for rescuing this little one. She will bring you much joy!....as she already has and me too! What shall we name her? Ornament?ReplyDelete
That is so sweet and glad you found her and she is safe and warm inside. We had someone do that, one year. They came by in the middle of the night and dropped off a kitten at each house and I found mine in the morning. It is a shame that people do that.ReplyDelete
Hi!!! Well she blended in there!!!! Too adorable!!! Maybe she is a surprise gift!!! Glad she has a great home!!!ReplyDelete
Oh my goodness...this is adorable!!! Thank you for sharing and saving her..I am sure she thinks she is in HEAVEN! xoxoReplyDelete
Now that....is adorable! Who knows, maybe Santa left her...hm....ReplyDelete
When I saw the first photo, I about died laughing. The little head poking out of the tree ... hilarious. I also laughed when I read Karen Walker's comment. LOLReplyDelete
Such a cute little kitten. So lucky to have found you. You'll have to let us know what you name her.
Thanks for sharing this. So darn cute.
My darling cat came to me after being rescued several times. She was meant to be snake food as a kitten! After that she was moved from a few homes. By the time she came home to me, she was skin and bones (well, and flees....loads and loads of flees). She was anaemic and had no idea what a food bowl or a litter tray were. She has now been with me for over two years. There are still some things that are different about her, she is still very scared but we enjoy each others company more and more each day. Your little kitten looks adorable. Bless you for taking her in. Have loads of fun together!ReplyDelete
So tender and sweet! Rescues make the very best pets! I think they know they have been rescued by someone very special and are grateful for the simple pleasures. Merry Christmas to you all!ReplyDelete
Rescue pets just are the best sometimes. I see she is going to bring a lot of joy to you. Hugs and thanks for the smiles! :)ReplyDelete
That is just too precious! Guess you have a new family member now.ReplyDelete
What a wonderful early Christmas present for you Linda, I think you have a new friend. All 3 of our cats came to us that way and are a joy. When Bella showed up at our house she was so sick, fleas, ear mites and teen tiny. I thought she was only a couple weeks old until I took her to the vet. He figured she was almost 3 months old....just starving. I remember him saying she was very sick but had a strong heart so.....I asked him to do what was necessary to heal her. Enjoy!ReplyDelete
EEK!! Look at that face, Oh Heavens how sweet!ReplyDelete
She wanted to be your angle on the top of the tree. ... I think she has found a good home that is all warm and cozy.Enjoy herReplyDelete
Oh, so cute!!! what is her name? Now that she has bonded with the Christmas tree, I am pretty sure she has claimed a home!ReplyDelete
what a cutie...and nice grands too!! Merry Christmas.ReplyDelete
Oh! Love, love, love!! What a sweetie -- you are so sweet to take her in! :)ReplyDelete
Your post made my day! What a cute little thing she is!ReplyDelete
What a darling baby! I'll never understand why people would abandon animals. But, looks like she found "home". LaneReplyDelete
Isn't life curious in it's way of blessing us in ways we never expect! I insist that I'm the pet rock type person however; one day last June I was asked to watch a tiny dog for a day or two. This darling named Geronimo currently is snuggled warm in my coat laying across my chest. He brings me much joy, and occasional frustration, not much different then any other child will. I am so glad to have him here and life being what it is he is here HOME now and loved dearly much like your little one. No doubt you and I had no thoughts of going to "pick out" a pet instead they picked out a loving heart and home!ReplyDelete
What a sweet kitty! I'm not a cat person but I'm glad you rescued her.ReplyDelete