Our Lily & Sierra
Our Audrey & Annie
How I wish I could have you all for tea and a huge slice of cake. We are so thankful for all your support and concern over the theft of our cat, Sierra.
So many of you commented that you did not believe this woman's story about losing her cat 4 months ago and taking our Sierra off our property because she looked like her lost cat. I am still unsure of her story, but I do know that if she had not seen the poster that had gone viral stating that the police were looking for her car, we would not have Sierra today. We most likely would never have seen her again. She had our cat for 25 hours and most likely knew within minutes of grabbing her from our porch that she was not her cat. She still kept her though. Then she saw the plea on line that included details of her car and it scared her enough that she called us. That's what we think really happened but cannot prove it. She just kept saying, "I'm sorry, I really thought she was my cat."
I need to put this behind us now and get on with things but we have learned a lot from this nightmare. It is a shame that we cannot allow a cat, that we trusted for ten years, to have her time on her favorite bench on our porch but that is the cost of this terrible experience. We were lucky but it has changed everything. Our postman says he will miss her.
I do know for sure that prayers are answered.