See What They Were Doing: Crashing and Banging Coming from the House
Flash forward to December and I was outside feeding the horses in our paddock, which is about 100-150 feet from our house, and I heard all this crashing and banging in the house. I stopped, listened a second, not really sure what I heard and then I heard the crashing again.
So I took off, running for the house, not sure what was going on since both our dogs were outside with me.Rosie and Minnie are the only ones left in the kitchen, which is where all the noise is coming from. What I saw when I came through that door stunned me. I literally had to sit down on the floor, right where I was. There, in front of me, were Minnie and Rosie, playing tag with each other!
Rosie flying out of her kennel, racing around the kitchen, spinning the pan I am sure Minnie knocked to the floor. There was Minnie, hiding in Rosie’s crate, waiting for her to go by so she could jump out at her.
From that day on, both became more like puppies and kittens are supposed to be. Gone was the puppy that wouldn’t come out on her own, and gone was the sad depressed little kitten. In their place were two happy, playful, adoptable animals and I didn’t do a thing but give them a chance.
Rosie went just before Christmas to her forever home. I got to go on that trip to Maryland with Elaine. It was the best Christmas present I have gotten in a long time.
Minnie is still waiting patiently. But she is a kitten, through and through, lovable, playful and happy, talkative and bossing the boys around. Together, they healed each other.
I now tell people all the time, miracles are real. I have seen them happen right before my eyes.
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