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Mr. Grubs (Cat)

Mr. Grubs came to my door meowing to come in, I don't know where he came from, He looked hungry but I didn't want to let him in the house because of our other cat. So I took some food out to him. He kept coming back and I kept feeding him.


He is now and indoor/outdoor cat coming in to sleep and eat throughout the day. He likes to sleep and roam the neighborhood. He doesn't have a tail, and it looks as if at one time he did have a tail. My husband gave him his name because he looked grubby. The name stuck.

By Marilyn from North Bend, OR

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February 26, 20100 found this helpful

Hi Marilyn,
Ony God knows what the poor little animals go through prior to coming to us for help or a home. Mr. Grubs seems to have recovered nicely from whatever trauma he suffered and is no longer ''grubby" at all. He is a lovely kitty, and
even though he requires a certain amount of freedom, he obviously considers your home his home too. Sometimes just a little TLC is all it takes to make their lives 100% better. He is lucky to have found you, and vice versa. Every animal we befriend teaches us something I believe.


Mr Grubs gets a "Thumbs Up" from me. Thank for sharing his story with us. Julia in Boca Raton, FL

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