I (DeAnna) know people seem to either really like or dislike cats. Some people think it’s insane to spend $50 on cat needs, while others will spend thousands. Everyone is different. Our cat came to us in 2010. She was a kitty that was dumped at a center where a kind, animal loving nurse lived who was in our small group at the time. She asked our boys if they wanted a kitten and before we knew it Fluffy was in our family. Fluffy is a unique cat. She has a lot of personality. She follows me around like a dog. She meows at the door to be let out, uses the outdoors for her potty and meows to be let back in. She plays tag with our dog and with us. She’s very attached to us. When we left in 2012, she stayed with a couple and was stressed out. She lost lots of her fur and wasn’t in good health. She perked back up after we returned and had her living with us again. We started talking about what to do with her when we leave in May. I kept hinting I would like to take her back with us. I tried to make things happen via phone, but came up with nothing. David went in person to the airline office for the airline we use to leave Yaoundé. After a big runaround between that airline and the airline we switch to in Europe, he came out of the office with a paper ticket for our cat to be able to be a piece of our carry-on luggage and fly with us. Fluffy will be coming to America.