You’ll want to read Bob’s Tale of the Prodigal Cat on Espirational Faith.

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Callie at Patio Door Copyright 2015 by R.O. Robbins Callie at Patio Door
Copyright 2015 by R.O. Robbins

It’s interesting and somewhat amazing how much animals are like we humans, or we are like them. Rogene and I have just recently experienced a prime example of the prodigal child as described by Jesus to his followers recently when our precious little calico cat disappeared.  Her story follows:

Callie had always been the typically normal curious cat, nosing herself into every crevice and trying to see what is in every corner of her living space. This has been true even to the point of getting into places where she could not get out without assistance, but we, her loving owners, always cared enough to crawl under the kitchen sink, move the refrigerator or washer/dryer or search through the stuffed walk-in closet.  But the curious cat nature is strong and some of these rescues have been necessary more than once unless…

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2 thoughts on “TALE OF THE PRODIGAL CAT”

    1. That’s good. You have two fairly easy places to look. Some of Callie’s favorite hiding places involve moving heavy furniture or tearing the house down to get to her. Well not quite, but you get the idea. 🙂


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