When you're involved with animal rescue, it's easy to become so tangled within it, that the unexpected rescues, unexpected adoptions, and a car accident that didn't amount to anything seem like nothing more than pure luck. But if you look closely, you realize it's not just coincidence, but that you've witnessed one (or more) of life's little miracles.
This morning, I received a phone call from a lovely woman in Guelph who came forward to adopt the 16 year old calico sisters that were so callously abandoned at the Humane Society. I'm in awe of people's generosity. I didn't get the end result of this phone call, but I DO know that these little old ladies are safe tonight.
Today, I went to the shelter to rescue "Harley" only to receive a phone call from Debbie at Forgotten Ones Rescue who asked me to pick up the pair of TWELVE YEAR OLD calico sisters for her rescue:
I ended up rescuing two darling cats for one foster home. (Pictures to come later.)
On my way to the vets with 5 cats in the car I was rear-ended by an elderly man in a '72 Cadillac. The front of his car was mildly mangled. I held my breath as I walked around the back of my car to look. To my surprise, there was NO damage. I was so grateful. What could've happened is frightening.
It was truly a day of little miracles, so I'm going to ask for one more. It's about "Newton". Please watch the video below - Newton needs a miracle - now.
Just one more miracle....a little one...please?