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January 04, 2005
Jody writes:

As the search continues for people lost in last week's tsunami, I'd like to take time to mention the kittens that lived outside our bungalow on Ko Phi Phi and how we hope that they made it through the storm.

I first mentioned them in a post a month back and our fondest memory will be when after a nasty downpour we returned to our room to find a bedraggled kitten sheltering beneath our sarongs outside (pictured left).

Everyone knows how cats hate water, so we hope the manky felines made it to higher ground in time. They were only a few weeks old after all.

posted at 9:55 PM | link

1 Comments:

  • Hope the kittens make it. Animals have been reported to have abilities to detect natural disasters. Hope the kittens have such abilities.

    IZ
    IZ Reloaded

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6:49 AM  

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