Woo hoo!  So, glad that Voodoo is home!

> From: msk...@me.com
> Date: Sat, 25 Jun 2011 21:52:40 +0900
> To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
> Subject: [Felvtalk] VooDoo's Home
> 
> OK, so who says miracles and divine intervention do not exist?  After a 
> couple of hours in the very hot sun, I found evidence that maybe VooDoo was 
> alive and close by.  Then, I discovered that the police now have a NO 
> trapping policy.  I went to my Japanese vet to see if he could find a trap.  
> He was going to call the city on Monday.  So, back to being a little 
> stressed, feeling as though my best hope was gone.  
> 
> A couple of hours later, a very short, but really hard rain came and I was 
> once again concerned because I thought he was hiding in a drain pipe.  As 
> soon as the rain ended, I went to the back door and called out asking him to 
> come home.  What do you know, he answered me with his crazy, whiny cry.  
> After a few minutes of trying to coax him into the house, I decided that he 
> was either trapped or hurt.  I called to him and he continued to call back.  
> Once I located him hiding under a tree, I belly crawled on the wet ground to 
> where he was.  I reached under, in the dark, expecting the worst.  However, 
> he let me grab him and pull him out.  
> 
> So, 48 hours after going missing, my baby is home safe and sound.  We will be 
> watching closely for sniffles and signs of fever!
> 
> Thank you all for your advice and positive vibes.  I truly believe that they 
> worked.
> 
> Melinda, Fuji and VooDoo
> 
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