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A work colleague of mine in the US got called by her kids' school and asked to come in to 'pick up Sam'.

Sam is her cat.

Her twin daughters snuck the cat out of the house, on to the school bus, and put it in one of their lockers. Unfortunately for them, said locker was right outside the Principal's office and someone heard miaowing from inside it.

She has no idea why they took it to school, but it was in a bag with food and water but had crapped in the bag.

I love that it's pretty much a plot from Sister Sister.
Omg I was fearing the worst with this story but it ended up being adorable! I hope the cat is okay and safely at home again.
 

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My cat has presumably cholangiohepatitis and had to stay overnight at the hospital. She was so sick yesterday morning and we were told she could either have that, a UTI, or tumors. Fortunately after an MRI it looks to be an infection, no obstruction or cancer and they started her on an antibiotic treatment and she's already responding well. Low grade fever but eating again and acting more normal. We're picking her up later today and she was so missed last night.
 
My husband brought home two abandoned kitties he found at his garden, 4 weeks old or so... best days ever. In a week they've gone from jelly babies who might not make it to fluffy juicy kitties. They do everything together so cute. My other two older cats are not doing amazing but I've caught both of them playing with the kitties.
 
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Senior Dog Life:

0635: Dog begins making small whining noises to wake us up
0710: One of us (me) finally succumbs and gets up to feed dog
0720: Dog chomps down food, goes outside, does his business, comes back inside
0735: Dog throws up breakfast on hallway carpet
0820: Dog is walked
0850: Dog watches me take recycling out
0852: I return to find dog eating his own sick having seized the chance to rifle through the bin in my absence.
 
Henry usually barks at anything that moves on the tv, but for some reason we’ve realised he absolutely loves otters. He sits in front of the tv as close as he can possibly get and just watches them for ages.

We bought him a teddy otter for his birthday and his reaction says it all! He never leaves it alone it’s adorable. He also hides it before bed every night so nobody can take it. Cutest ever.

Love that little stinky puppy so much, he really does feel like one of my kids, ha.
 

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Weird you say that, Vas, the rescue centre I volunteer at brought in a mama cat and three kittens, one is a little clone of her, the other two are totally different, but they're glued to one another still, three weeks later. They also still hiss if you come too close, poor things.
 
Weird you say that, Vas, the rescue centre I volunteer at brought in a mama cat and three kittens, one is a little clone of her, the other two are totally different, but they're glued to one another still, three weeks later. They also still hiss if you come too close, poor things.
Aww I love when they hiss lol. But not too much.
 
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Henry usually barks at anything that moves on the tv, but for some reason we’ve realised he absolutely loves otters. He sits in front of the tv as close as he can possibly get and just watches them for ages.

We bought him a teddy otter for his birthday and his reaction says it all! He never leaves it alone it’s adorable. He also hides it before bed every night so nobody can take it. Cutest ever.

Love that little stinky puppy so much, he really does feel like one of my kids, ha.
too much cuteness
 
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