Cats can teach people a lot about life; about getting along with others, self-esteem and just everyday good living. Sweetie pie has all of these attributes and more. She was a very delicate and lonely kitten when she came to Amazing Grace Animal Sanctuary in March of 2020. After searching for her owners with no success, it was determined she was an orphan or maybe someone dropped her off by the side of the road. She was clearly looking for a home and anyone to love her. She would cry at the door hoping someone would come out to feed her and bring her into a warm home. The farm no longer had a barn cat and it seemed like the perfect opportunity for both.
Sweetie pie moved into the barn at six months old. She loved the new friends she made there and the cozy warm hay bales. She’s both spunky and cuddly and loves to entertain visitors. If you welcome it, she’ll wrap herself around your neck and ride on your shoulders purring as you take her for a high flying walk. Her favorite thing to do is play on the round bales of hay while hiding from whomever she thinks is playing hide and seek. She also loves to climb trees and rub up against her freind Sheldon the horse.
I recently learn that cats kiss with their eyes. That long stare and slow blink is something that comes naturally to Sweetie Pie. She loves her family and her forever home. Somedays you might find her just gazing out the window. She takes time to enjoy and savor the moments in life and does that well. She knows you can learn a lot if you’re quiet and listen. Sweetie Pie has true contentment in her life. She found out you don’t have to be rich or famous to be loved.
‘Take time to play with the friends you love.’