After his wife had a miscarriage, he brought home a kitten that needed a mom. Then a miracle happened!
Sometimes angels have four paws and a tail.
A man tried to comfort his wife, who had a miscarriage, with no success. That was until he brought her a kitten who needed a mom.
"My wife recently had a miscarriage. After two months of trying to make her feel better with no success, I found a kitten with no mommy," imgur user mraeronautic said.
"I saw that a shelter in another town had brought this little girl in after her mother was killed. They bottle fed her until she could eat solid food. After getting to meet her it turned out that she is an absolute sweetheart. I had to take her home. Her face and her eyes just brought a calmness over me and I thought she might make my wife feel the same."
"On the car ride home she was not happy riding in the carrier so I let her out. She rode like this for the hour and a half drive home."
"The wife was super pumped when I brought her through the front door. We have had her for 5 days now an I haven't seen my wife this happy in a long time."
"She and Callie bonded immediately. Callie is constantly snuggled up to her momma and sleeps tucked up to her stomach at night."
Callie became the joy he and his wife desperately needed.
The story gets even better. When he was cleaning the litter box, his wife brought him this.
"When I turned around, my wife had this pregnancy test and the biggest smile on her face. Little Callie is going to be a sister!
"I don't know what it is about this cat but I can just tell that with her, everything is going to be ok. Things are looking up!"
Little Callie may just be an angel in disguise :).
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