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Boston people, THANK your mailcarrier Today

Lisa DausmanLisa Dausman Member Posts: 5,216
Read this in the paper yesterday. An 8 week old calico kitten was dropped in a mailbox, and found by a mailcarrier. She was taken to the MSPCA. Another mailcarrier from NH adopted her. The fine in MA for abandonment is a felony, and punishable by up to a fine of $2500 and 5 years in prison. They named the kitten Postina, she was examined and vaccinated, and is doing very well. The mailcarrier that adopted her, named her PD, for Postage Due. Here is a link with her story, and a video, she is so cute, I am glad the mailcarrier did the right thing, and she now has a good home. So, please thank your mailcarrier, today. :D :D :D :D :D http://cbs5.com/watercooler/kitten.drop.mailbox.2.1054526.html

Comments

  • Faye DufourFaye Dufour Destrehan, LA/New Orleans areaMember Posts: 4,648
    edited 17 February, 2011
    Bumpurr: We had read this story, and now are even happier to now that the precious kitten has adopted someone and has a loving, furrever home. Happy Purrs - The New Orleans Kitties%:D%;c;:c9:c9=D>=D>
  • SammySammy Member Posts: 3,391
    edited 17 February, 2011
    What a sweet story and such an adorable kitten! It was great to hear some \"good news\" for a change - thanks for making my Mom smile :)
  • Jan AllenJan Allen DallasMember Posts: 2,596
    edited 17 February, 2011
    A VERY HAPPY ENDING!!!!:D:D:D:D:D:D;c;;c;;c;;c;;c;
  • Sherry StoneSherry Stone Member Posts: 526
    edited 17 February, 2011
    Good news stories are such a welcome change=D>
  • Arlye DruryArlye Drury DartmouthMember Posts: 826
    edited 17 February, 2011
    YAY for Postina!!!
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