P. O. Box 902, Hudson, New York 12534
From Julie, Arron, Cody, and Maizey - 21 December 2005
Thank you for giving us the opportunity to expand our family. We first met this beautiful kitty on a simply gorgeous, unseasonably warm fall day. We discovered that it is true what they say, “You don’t pick a pet; they pick you!” My husband and I were in town for a work conference nearby. We never expected to adopt a pet in the same weekend. But, when we stopped in and then went up to the visit the cats (in the Adoption Center), here was this beautiful kitty staring us dead in the eye. Then she jumped up into my husband’s arms and demanded to be held! I had been begging my husband for years to let us get another cat, but he always said, “No, one cat is enough!” But, as soon as she jumped up into his arms and stared at him, she melted his heart and it was love at first sight! We had to adopt this cat and we are truly grateful that you let us have this angel. We love her so much! She is extremely playful, very affectionate, and even a bit mischievous. We have decided to name her “Maize” because he coat reminds us of Indian corn. But, everyone calls her “Maizey”. Our other cat has grown to love her too! They play all of the time, sleep next to each other, and even groom each other! She has rejuvenated us and our older cat. We really can’t express how thankful we are. Best Wishes, Julie, Arron, Cody, and Maizey
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