July 10, 2020
Karen says: I can't stop rescuing needy kittens, such as Misty Gray and Ginger, and Pansy and Buddy. I guess that's how I come to have seven of my own fur children at home! The story of Bob is that he was five or six weeks when he was found in a local barn. I brought him home and gave him a flea bath. He had so many fleas that they were just falling off of him. In the one photo you can see a flea on him. (Can you spot it? ;-) ) He was adopted by a young man who is a friend of the family. He named him Bob after SpongeBob SquarePants.
All Photos Courtesy of and ©: Karen H.

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Natthecat -
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Yes, I found the flea on this little cutie named Bob!
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enjoying the sun
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I think beautiful Bob deserves to wear a crown!
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Isn't he handsome. This little guy would be a joy for any Feline Fanatic. And I see that pesky little Flea on one of Bob's whiskers .
Bob strikes me as being a tremendous bunch of fun to spend time with.
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Thank you for all you do for homeless kitties:) Bob is one handsome fellow. Glad he was adopted to a family friend. You can still see him and hear about any of his kitty antics. This guy is such a keeper:)
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i saw the flea. holding paws with another.



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