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Dec 9 2017

Dad Tells Daughter About Their Cat – s Death, But Soon The Story Takes A


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Dad Tells Daughter About Their Cat s Death, But Soon The Story Takes A Hilariously Unexpected Turn

Losing a pet is a traumatic experience, so when one family s missing cat was found dead by the roadside, everybody was obviously pretty cut up about it. Kitty the Cat, a 7-year-old pastel Calico, was found by the Schmidt family s mom, but it was left up to her husband Eric to break the news to the kids. When your mom drove the neighborhood just now, she found her in the street near the house. Your mom is pretty emotional so please reach out when you can and offer your support. As you can see however, that s not quite the end of the story

When Kitty the family cat was found dead at the roadside, dad Eric Schmidt had to break the tragic news to the kids

But the story soon took an unexpected turn!

Needless to say, everybody was pretty surprised

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For those saying this is FAKE. This exact story happened to my friend George. The cat went missing, and later they found a dead cat laying on the street. My friend asked his mom to come and identify the cat (it had some very specific markings) and after inspection mom burst into tears: “It’s him,” she said. George put the body in some plastic bag, spent hours searching for a spot to bury it and digging the hole himself. After a few days his mom calls him and says “the cat just came home.” We laughed so hard after hearing this story. He buried some random stray cat! (don’t get me wrong, I feel really bad for that cat too:/)

I agree with you, Hans. I’m afraid nowadays people are so hungry for attention (an upvote, a thumb up) they simply share everything and anything with the entire world. I like the internet to share and sicover stories that are interesting, heartwarming, and/or that raise awareness, you know, things that matter and that are REAL. Nevertheless, having to check everything all the time because facts don’t make sense or are a bit twisted, or seeing a lot of stories that aren’t relevant at all it’s a real bummer.

For those saying this is FAKE. This exact story happened to my friend George. The cat went missing, and later they found a dead cat laying on the street. My friend asked his mom to come and identify the cat (it had some very specific markings) and after inspection mom burst into tears: “It’s him,” she said. George put the body in some plastic bag, spent hours searching for a spot to bury it and digging the hole himself. After a few days his mom calls him and says “the cat just came home.” We laughed so hard after hearing this story. He buried some random stray cat! (don’t get me wrong, I feel really bad for that cat too:/)

I agree with you, Hans. I’m afraid nowadays people are so hungry for attention (an upvote, a thumb up) they simply share everything and anything with the entire world. I like the internet to share and sicover stories that are interesting, heartwarming, and/or that raise awareness, you know, things that matter and that are REAL. Nevertheless, having to check everything all the time because facts don’t make sense or are a bit twisted, or seeing a lot of stories that aren’t relevant at all it’s a real bummer.


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