Boots and I were living happily ever after as indoor/outdoor cats with a nice family. Turned out our family wasn't so nice, after all. They moved and left us behind. Outside. We found a temporary home on a neighbor's deck. But then the neighbors moved, too, and couldn't take us along. So we're with the Howard County Cat Club now. We like it here, but we would so love to have our own home again. Could that be with you? Come meet us, and you'll fall in love.
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