::: Waves :::
Yeah, I know, it’s been a rough year and a bit more, and it ain’t over yet. Hopefully y’all are finding your balance and are getting back on two, keeping the rubber side down. Me, I’m finding my way, learning to feel again. I came across this and knew I had to share. We all gotta start somewhere and I like for it to be on a positive note.
Here is the web address – https://ilikecat.netlify.app/.netlify/functions/server/post/3065/?slug=3065%2F&utm=ilikecats and with a little luck I can share the pics.
Biker Saves Badly Burned Kitten, Continues Cross-Country Trip With Him
Pat Pat Doody, a 32-year old sheet-metal worker and a biker went on a cross-country trip, recently, from Nevada to New Jersey. This resident of South Jersey stopped by at a gas station where he found a kitten who was badly burnt. The kitten now lives with Doody and he has named it “Party Cat”. Doody also visited the vet for Party Cat’s vaccines. Doody told an interviewer, “I was at this truck stop getting gas, and this little guy just needed help.” “He was pretty badly burned, so I picked him up and tucked him inside my vest. We’re feeding him regularly now, so he’s doing better, even though he’s sort of living on the road until we get home.” More info: Instagram | Tumblr | Flickr | YouTube
“I was coming back from Born Free in California, and we had made it to Nevada.”
“I was at this truck stop getting gas, and this little guy just needed help.”
“He was pretty badly burned, so I picked him up and tucked him inside my vest.”
“We’re feeding him regularly now, so he’s doing better.”
“He’s sort of living on the road until we get home.”
“He’s been eating tuna fish out of those dry-foil packs you can buy.”
“Party Cat” has been eating regular cat food since he got home.
“His burns are pretty much all healed up except for the little spot on his lip.”
“He’s so chill.”
“He just hangs out in my vest when we get on the road.”
“I’ve never met a cat so calm.”
Hope this warms a spot.
Ride safe and be excellent to one another.