Nala

We’ve just adopted a gorgeous Burmilla cat who’s nearly 3 years old. She got one of her paws caught in some string she was playing with, back when she was a kitten and, unfortunately, had to have her leg amputated because the blood supply got cut off. However she isn’t at all phased by this and runs and jumps around just as much as a 4 legged cat. She is absolutely adorable and we already can’t imagine our lives without her in it.

A furry bundle has come to stay

A gorgeous cat who loves to play

She’s lost a leg but doesn’t fret

She bold as brass and is our pet

Her name is Nala from the lion king

She’s very vocal and loves to sing

Already she has warmed our hearts

As through our house she runs and darts

We love her dearly and enjoy her cuddles

But routine’s gone as our lives she muddles

She’ll settle down I’m sure, in time

And learn her role and be just fine

A perfect Christmas gift is she

Her furry love is precious to see

Her coat is soft as soft can feel

She’s 100% ours and I love that deal

A furry bundle has come to stay

A gorgeous cat who loves to play

She’s lost a leg but doesn’t fret

She taken our hearts and is our pet

Published by Suzi Magic

I started writing as a child but was encouraged to look elsewhere for my career and "get a proper job". I then became a nurse and have only recently returned to writing. I've recently published my first book which you can check out here www.amazon.com/author/suzifrench I live in a beautiful part of Devon, close to a canal where I love to go to write. I have a three legged Burmilla cat called Nala and love anything that brings a little more magic into the world. I developed OCD, Anxiety & Depression, back in 2007 which led to me having to retire from my nursing career and reinvent myself. I am passionate about helping people accept that debilitating mental health problems are just as valid as physical disabilities. And I want to help others who have these conditions to discover their own version of life magic. I am also a part time wheelchair user because of some chronic back conditions.

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