Last week I donated some stuff to the local SPCA cause there having a yard sale to raise funds and of course, I opened my mouth and said that I was thinking about a new kitten. They said that they had a bunch of black/white kittens, but all 4 of my grown cats are either black, black/white, or gray and I told them I wanted an orange cat. Next day I get a call we've got a kitten for you. A little orange boy with blue eyes, and white feet, so cute, etc. So I finally said yes and went out and bought all new "kitten wear" and then I got a call from the lady who was fostering him. He was sick and at the vet. I called the vet the next day and they said that he was doing better and should be ready today. This morning the foster mom called to say he died last night. I never even met him and my heart is broken. Is this stupid? Tonight is the SPCA meeting and I don't even want to go because I was going to take him and such.....I'm glad that he didn't suffer and honestly taht I didn't have him die while he was with me, but .......
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