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Bandit’s Story

Little BanditFor my first adoption story, I will be featuring my own personal experience of how I brought home my lovable cat, Bandit. I had actually just gone through a tough time in my life and needed a companion. One day I got a wild hair and went to the San Marcos Animal Shelter. Usually when I go to the animal shelter I just play with the animals for 30 minutes to an hour then go home empty handed. But this time I went and encountered the most interesting looking cat with a perfect black mustache. I sent about 50 videos to my parents joking that I would adopt him and they said absolutely not. But being my fathers daughter, I don’t take no for an answer and I knew this cat was the cat for me. It was a tricky process trying to get forms signed from my landlord — my dad — saying that he would allow a pet in the house, which he wouldn’t. But I somehow got around it. Once I got home, I kept sending pictures to my family of my new cat and they thought I was joking about taking him home. Their next visit to San Marcos they fell in love with Bandit.

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This was not your average lazy or hyper house cat, he was the biggest cuddle bug with four legs that has walked this planet. There was not one night I would sleep alone; Bandit would always be cuddled up right next to me. It’s been a little over three years that Bandit has been my fur child and there’s not a day that goes by where I don’t love or spoil him — even though he has literally eaten my homework and art projects or torn up the carpet and couches. I even forgive him for occasionally knocking over glasses of wine and coffee mugs. People say how a dog is a man’s best friend, but for me, Bandit is my bestfriend and you can tell I am his bestfriend too by the way he loves me unconditionally.

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