Good evening friends.
Say hello to Mr. Man. Yes, the cat’s name is Mr. Man. How great is that ? — He’s 17 years old and a member of our great friend’s family, Amy Farris Kilbride.
Mr. Man was a rescue. He had one owner for all is 13 years until the owner relocated to Oregon and had to give him up.
Amy adopted him about 4 years ago on her birthday. Great birthday present by the way. Amy was decent enough to want Mr. Man to live out his life in peace and with pure love.
He’s a full blooded Maine Coon. Mr. Man is a big boy as you can see in the picture. But as the story goes with us animal lovers, Mr. Man has Amy very well trained, lol.
About 8 months after Amy and Mr. Man rescued each other, he got sick (gallbladder ) and the vet I took him to (who had the ironic name of Dr. Sunshine ) said, “Well, he’s old, so I understand if you don’t want to invest in him and just put him down.
Amy was appalled and left immediately. With loving care and a different vet, he recovered. through that experience, he learned to trust Amy and he firmly bonded with her.
Mr. Man is a healer. He rests on wherever she has aches or pains, even Amy’s heart.
Amy, thank you for sharing Mr. Man’s story with us. Yes, too many times veterinarians are to quick to suggest putting animals down. I’ve seen it and heard that quite a bit.
I was very moved by this story and wanted to make sure our friends from around the world heard it. Animals are healers, which is not surprising because they’re literally angels walking amongst us.
Amy describes it perfectly how Mr. Man is so keen on where she’s in pain. Nobody knows us like our animals do. Nobody.
Sammy & Family wants to thank Amy for making the world a better place one animal at a time.
A random act of kindness may not change the word but it changes the world for the recipient of that kindness.
Signing off from Puerto Rico. Scott Smith for Sammy & Family.