by Contributor | Sep 7, 2020 | Animals and Miracles, Cats, Contributors, Pets in Family Life |
By Laurence Cruz, California
My wife, Patty, and I called Kata our miracle cat. She was a unique blend of qualities packed into one tiny gray kitty. Kata was the nighttime neck-hugging, streetwise toast of our colorful Los Angeles neighborhood. She was also best buddies with Orange, a tough rescued tomcat with whom she agreed to share her home. But one day Kata left our lives.
by Linda Anderson | Jul 23, 2019 | Animals Teach Love, Cats, Dreams with Animals, Linda Anderson |
By Linda Anderson, Minnesota
My husband, Allen, and I decided an older, mature cat would be the right fit for our family. We figured it would be easy to adopt a senior cat, since aging cats often languish in animal shelters and rescues.
by Harold Klemp | Jul 16, 2019 | All Kinds of Creatures, Animals in Nature, Featured Columnist |
By Harold Klemp
Generally people think of karma as something bad. They never think of it as possibly something good—for example, the three-year-old child who plays the piano brilliantly.