“Ed gets more and more affectionate with every passing day…”

Ed was returned to KittyKind several years after being adopted, due to adopter’s new allergies.  Ed had been in a cage for a while, so when Alex came in seeking to foster — only to foster, not adopt — we asked him to take Ed, to give him a break from the cage.  When the time came to return Ed, Alex couldn’t do so, having bonded with him.  And now we know why:  Ed is the reincarnation of a long-lost childhood feline friend!

I am at my parents’ house right now, and I found the attached picture of me as a baby.  My dad is holding Autumn, the family cat, over my crib to say hello, and I’ll be darned if he isn’t the spitting image of Ed!  I have no conscious memory of this cat, but it sure does explain my affinity for Ed.  What a great coincidence that you chose him for me!

Ed gets more and more affectionate with every passing day, and I am so glad he’s in my life, even though he’s already broken most of my glasses by knocking then off the counter and turned the arm of my chic pleather couch into confetti.  So be it!  I love my Ed!

Thanks,
Alex

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