A week ago we were driving down the road in Missouri when we spotted something up ahead that was a bit alarming… a wee orange baby on the back bumper of a pickup truck going at least 65 miles an hour down the road.  We sped up and changed lanes in hope of catching up to the truck, getting in front of it and getting it to stop, all the while keeping an eye on the wee one.  But, before we could do that we watched in horror as it jumped off the bumper!

We then quickly changed lanes and backed up a bit and stopped to look for the poor thing.  We were certain it was seriously injured…fearing a broken back or broken limbs… but when we found him on the side of the road he ran from us at first which was a good sign but we were afraid we would lose sight of him and he would either end up getting run over in traffic or left in the woods to starve or be eaten.  But luckily for him and for us we were able to coax him over.

Miraculously he only had suffered minor injuries, he had a bloody eye and nose and had some road rash on his behind. We got him to the car and wrapped him in a towel and i held him for a very long car ride back to West Virginia.

He has promptly made himself at home and won our hearts.

So meet Splat!  Our new baby boy 🙂

~MT 6/22/19


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17 responses to “Splat

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  2. Oh my God! This gives me goosebumps. God Bless all of you.

  3. Bless you! ❤ I am happy Splat is safe and part of your family 🙂

  4. Wow, what an awesome story of finding your new family member.

  5. Virginia Duran

    Glad to read he is ok now! I hope to see more pictures of this cute cat over the months 🙂

  6. OMG!! He’s beautiful! So happy to hear he’s healing up nicely! I love him!!!!

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