Tears of joy

عرفتوا هذا الجميل؟ من القطط الاحدى عشر الذين تخلوا عنهم اصحابهم عند احد المحلات. السيدة انتظرت وصوله بفارغ الصبر حتى اكمل علاجه في الولايات المتحده الامريكيه وتبنته اخيرا. دموع الفرح لاحتضانها له. المحبة والرحمة والامان في صورة واحده. تذكرون الاحدى عشره​ قطة المرميين في الري؟ للتذكير: اخت قاعده في بأحد المحلات حين رأت شخص ينزل من سيارته ويصف ست صناديق قطط ويفتح الابواب وينتظر. لم يظهر شئ من الصناديق. حين خرجت انتابها الفضول. فسألته أخوي شالسالفه؟ قال لها والله قطاوة اختي بتتزوج ولانريدهم منهم مرضى ومنهم فيهم فطريات. تساءلت الاخت كم قطه. احدى عشر قطة 😱 من الرعب جالسين بالصناديق لازقين ببعض. طلبت الاخت من الاخ أن يتعاون عالاقل علاجهم على ما نجد طريقه. قال الطريق يعالجهم. وركب سيارته ورحل. الاخت تواصلت معنا ولانزال مذهولين. تبرع اخ كريم لارسال جميع القطط لبيوتهم في الولايات المتحدة. بعضهم كان يحتاج لعلاج هناك. كيف كانت نهايته بالكويت وكيف هي بدايته في امريكا. Our beautiful baby finally in the arms of his new mommy. She's in tears of happiness. She waited so long to finally adopt him. Remember the 11 kitties dumped in Al Rai area? Here's a reminder: A lady was sitting in a shop in Al Rai when she saw a man steps out of a car, takes out 6 crates. Opens the doors & waits. Nothing came out of the crates. Lucky enough this lady was curious to know what's going on. On her way out she took a quick look at the 6 boxes & saw cats crammed into the crates. She asked him what is this? He said they were his sister's cats she's getting married & we don't want them anymore because some are sick & others have ringworm. The cats were not coming out of the crates. They were terrified. How many cats you may ask? 11 CATS!! She asked him to be patient & at least help them through the treatment till she can think of something. He said the streets will take care of them. & He took off. They were lucky to be fostered by the lady who found then & even more lucky when a kind man offered to ship them all to the US ❤️ Look at how his end was in Kuwait & how his beginning is like in America.

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