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  1. Lynda McKinney Lambert
    4th January 2020 @ 3:36 pm

    I thoroughly enjoyed this story today. I am so glad it came on my timeline because it is always a pleasure to read your delightful tales. And, I can relate well with the "cats" because I have 6 of them inside and 1 feral cat outside. Plus, 2 rescued dogs who are napping here in my office at the moment.
    One of the young cats we took in 2 months ago is missing for past 2 days – I am wondering, is she off somewhere in this house having kittens? We have never been able to touch or catch her – really don't know if it is a "she" or a "he," but suspect it is a she! I keep wondering, was she mated before we managed to entice her into the house a few weeks ago? Her disappearance has me worried.

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  2. Jrivera
    4th January 2020 @ 7:07 pm

    Glad Max got some relief. Agree with you that animals are the best tests as they aren't susceptible to suggestions that they might feel better. They do or they don't. Period. So glad you found Dr. Alice! Thanks for sharing the stories and pics!

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  3. Vallypee
    4th January 2020 @ 8:02 pm

    That’s fantastic, Beth. And no one can say it’s psychological either! How wonderful to have Dr Alice in the vicinity! A lovely story and I’m so glad Max is better again!

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  4. Beth Haslam
    5th January 2020 @ 12:16 pm

    Thanks so much, Lynda, and for your kindest comments, I'm very glad you enjoyed reading my tale. Well done you for taking in animals in need. We had a similar situation with an abandoned cat. She went missing. We found her a few days later surrounded by six kittens. All adorable and now much-loved. I suspect your hunch is right. It is likely to be a female who has gone to a safe place to have her litter. I wish you the best of luck with them all, they are lucky animals to have found their ways into your life. 🙂

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  5. Beth Haslam
    5th January 2020 @ 12:20 pm

    Thank you, Janet, it's a pleasure to share our experience. Max was clearly in pain when we got to Doc Alice's home and was perfectly well when we left. She did I fantastic job on him, I couldn't be more grateful. 🙂

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  6. Beth Haslam
    5th January 2020 @ 12:21 pm

    Yes, that's exactly it, Val, there is absolutely no doubt that Max was fixed by Doc Alice. Thanks ever so much for reading the story, and thanks for your kind comment about Max – what a boy he is! x

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  7. Unknown
    5th January 2020 @ 2:41 pm

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