Family’s pet cat returns home 2 days after they thought they buried him
A family’s cat returned home after they thought they’d buried him. (SWNS)
A grieving family who buried what they thought were the remains of their cherished pet cat were stunned when it turned up fit and well two days later. The Robinson family’s 18-month-old cat, Willow, disappeared after it went out at night during heavy storms.
Willow vanished on Feb. 26 at the height of the combined impact of the Beast from the East and Storm Emma. The cat (Willow) is recoperating. While the kids are asking, “Who did we bury?”
“Beginning well is a Momentary thing: Finishing well is a Lifelong thing.” ~ Ravi Zacharias
2 Timothy 4:7 – “I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith.”
Philippians 3:14 ~ “I press on toward the goal for the prize of the upward call of God in Christ Jesus.”
Hebrews 12:1 ~ “Since we are surrounded by so great a cloud of witnesses, let us also lay aside every weight, and sin which clings so closely, and let us run with endurance the race that is set before us.”
I have a friend and every time he answers the phone and I ask “How are you doing?” He Answers, “I’m fearfully and wonderfully made!”
I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well. ~ Psalm 139:14 (NIV)
Wow! The human body: The most unique & complex organism ever. The makeup of our anatomy speaks volumes about God, the Creator. The detail of the human body is amazing. Upon examination, it’s microscopic makeup only reveals more mysteries and each depth probed only reveals more layers and still more.
Scientist, doctors and professors continue discovering more mysteries revealed with each new depth they penetrate. From the complexity’s of the brain to the maturation of the human body scientists and bible scholars agree, we are fearfully and wonderfully made.
A warm glow and sense of connection aren’t all you get from volunteering: It can improve your mental health and help you live longer too. A leading researcher explains why.
Most of us know that if we eat our fruit and veggies, exercise often, and avoid smoking, we have a better chance of living longer and healthier lives. But your doctor may not have told you there’s a link between volunteering and health. Published recently in BMC Public Health, the paper finds that volunteering is associated with lower depression, increased well-being, and a 22 percent reduction in the risk of dying.
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