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Cleo - How An Uppity Cat Helped Heal A Family
by Helen Brown | Biographies & Memoirs
Registered by winglmn60wing of Spotswood, Victoria Australia on 11/25/2017
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Journal Entry 1 by winglmn60wing from Spotswood, Victoria Australia on Saturday, November 25, 2017

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Helen Brown wasn't a cat person, but her nine-year-old son Sam was. After he heard about a litter of new kittens, he pleaded to go and see them. Helen's heart melted as Sam held one of the kittens with a look of total adoration. The deal was done: as soon as the kitten - dubbed 'Cleo' - was old enough, it would be delivered to Sam. A week later, Sam was run over and killed. Not long after, a little black kitten was delivered to Helen Brown's doorstep. Still totally traumatised by grief, Helen had forgotten about the kitten. She was ready to send Cleo back, but when Sam's younger brother Rob held the tiny kitten, he smiled for the first time since witnessing his brother's death. There was no choice: Cleo had to stay. 

Journal Entry 2 by winglmn60wing at Spotswood Train Station in Spotswood, Victoria Australia on Sunday, December 10, 2017

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Released 10 mos ago (12/10/2017 UTC) at Spotswood Train Station in Spotswood, Victoria Australia


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