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Students Got To Know Their Teacher Lost A Long Time Friend 16-Year-Old Cat, Decided To Surprise Her With 2 Rescue Kittens

Tonya Andrew’s dear 16-year-old cat Blondie passed away right in her arms as she was rushing him to the vet. The Joshua High School teacher was broken. “I cried pretty much every period that next day at school,” said Andrew.

Fortunately, her student really cared for her and planned a surprise to lift her spirit. They marched in her class with flowers, cupcakes, and… two little kittens. “I was smiling so big by then because I could feel the love of the class,” said Andrews. “But then, Rachel walked in holding two precious kittens.”

At first, Andrews thought that the kittens were brought just to play with. “Then she held them out to me and said they were mine…my heart can now experience happiness again.”

(h/t: huffpost)

“Rachel walked in holding two precious kittens,” said Andrews.

At first, Andrews thought that the kittens were brought just to play with.

“Then she held them out to me and said they were mine…my heart can now experience happiness again.”

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