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I manage a small hotel that is a pet free property. There are always ferral cats around the hotel, and despite getting most of them fixed we still manage to have kittens running around every year. One day I was walking past a room and in the window was a little black kitten. I knocked on the door, no answer so I opened the door and this sweet baby just walked right up to me, meowing her little head off. I picked her up and she purred and purred and purred. I was NOT going to keep her. I found a girl who wanted her, but the next day the kitten was still there and I accepted my fate. I brought my Boo home to meet my other two girls. At first there was a ton of hissing and growling, but now 2 years later, she is the most loving, sweet, and wonderful Boo Boo Kitty there is. She comes when I call her and she keeps her friends Lucy and Franki in line. I am one lucky girl.

Williamsburg, VA

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