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  • cathmom

    So Cute!! I love kittens!!

  • RighteousCrow_JustCaws

    Any cat haters? Better get the scoop on cats:
    http://www.apbpets.com/funnybones/why_god_created_dogs_and_cats.htm

    • DebbyX

      That was a wonderful explanation, and so true :)

  • wales777

    Feral kitties are pretty tough little fighters. And they pack a mean bite as you saw in the vid. Hopefully it can be domesticated because it’s still young. Poor little buggar…

    • tvlgds

      It can be. I’ve worked with a few, including one that I brought home 8 yrs. ago as a tiny baby.

  • aPLWBinAK

    Nice story, but it make me think of Obama, and I was wishing that was him….large men with protective gloves, dragging him kicking, scratching, and spitting, out of the WH and sending him on his way, and we never heard of or from him again…..hey, a person can wish, right ?

  • tinker_thinker

    In a way, that was like giving birth…lol..

  • Rshill7

    Every person in the country is also stuck underneath a street…Pennsylvania Ave. Heeeeeeeelp!

    We’ll have to rescue ourselves.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_E4C65QOIQ4XH67F6MEHWTXGODY Alan

    I’m surprised that the kitten calmed down to let the fireman hold him. Feral cats are really tough to handle. Hope he will get adopted.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_MJGP4QXZ5PRW2MFA5E25CV2WNU rosalie

      I think there’s a really good chance since he’s gotten plenty of publicity.

    • tvlgds

      I noticed the same and I’m thinking it might have been a stray but not feral.

  • 12grace

    Thanks for posting, with all the horrible things happening in our country now, we need to be reminded of the love and kindness that many of our people still have, etc.

  • E. Lee Zimmerman

    Awwwww … love kittens/cats … I got four of ‘em myself …

    Today’s Offtopic review is my take on TOM CLANCY’S GHOST RECON: ALPHA which I received a preview screener for yesterday and watched last night … it was 30 minutes of military love!

    http://www.amazon.com/review/R36IV44OY325RB/ref=cm_cr_rdp_perm

    Check it out! If ya like, vote once! Vote often! (that’s for the liberals)

  • tvlgds

    Awww, what a precious baby! It wasn’t acting feral after it got over the abject fear! I have a rescue that was born feral and I was able to socialize and “tame” her in a very short period of time–she was about 6 wks. old when I captured her. She was hissing and spitting and carrying on–all 1.5 lbs of her! I just kept stroking her head and telling her she wasn’t big enough to scare me! LOL! They’re a little harder as they get older, but if someone works with them, they can be socialized.

  • NJK

    So sweet.

  • wodiej

    nice story, thanks

  • DebbyX

    He’s a little bugger, how cute!

  • demsaresatanic

    If this feline had been ACAT I would have suggested leaving him there under the streets where he belongs in the sewer.

  • cookielee

    i love a kitten