It must be a miracle, the kitten is still with us.
She is getting stronger, no longer going into the type of choked respiration that usually precedes death.
She is eating more at each feeding (although she still gets some up her nose when she eats too fast and then sneezes for several minutes), her "system" is working (euphemism for the plumbing), and she is being carried around in my shirt to keep warm most of the time (can we say "spoiled rotten"?).
She was the hit of Sunday school today, almost upstaging the baptisms!
Should she make it, we will have to come up with a unique name. Anybody know how to say "miracle" in Hawai'an or Japanese or something?
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Roman Emperor Constantine I decrees that the dies Solis Invicti (sun-day) is the day of rest in the Empire, 321
King Henry VIII's divorce request is denied by the Pope; Henry then declares that he, not the Pope, is supreme head of England's church, 1530
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The French army enters Rome, marking the birth of the Roman Republic, 1798
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Charles Miller patents the first US sewing machine to stitch buttonholes, 1854
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