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     Ever since my autistic son's Orange Tabby Cat (named Orange) went missing three years ago, we have never stopped searching. We went to the shelter the other day think we had finally found him, but alas it was not him. We did see a lot of orange cats that looked a lot like the one that went missing ( we still suspect fowl play from the shady neighbor we had been living across the street from). I think my husband and I are now getting to the point were we are going to find a replacement cat. We have been looking constantly for the last three years and never gave up hope, but I think it is now time to maybe throw in the towel and get Joe a new orange tabby cat that he can love. I don't think any other cat will really replace Orange, he was just an awesome cat, but I think it can help replace part of the whole in all of our hearts that was left when Orange went missing. It is time to start sticking up and patching the hurt. What do you think?

P.S.

Sorry if the post is hard to read I chose this color in honor of our beloved Cat.

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