My pets love their freedom. The top photo in this blog entry shows one of my cats (Leo) while he was caged up in an animal rescue center. Some Target employees saw he was hungry and hurt. They called the Taunton Animal Rescue Center, and Leo was rescued.
The second photo of Leo in this blog shows him now: he's free to run around my house and jump onto such places as the refrigerator, where he feels like he really is in charge, especially of his own life. He's now free to eat all the food he wants whenever he wants. When I first got Leo from the animal rescue center, he was always starving. He was also scared to eat. Whenever he was eating, he kept looking around and acting as if he was fearful of a person or an animal attacking him. Now, he's no longer scared, and he eats happily while enjoying his freedom in a wonderful home.
Dr. Karen Petit is the author of Banking on Dreams, Mayflower Dreams, Roger Williams in an Elevator, Unhidden Pilgrims, and Holidays Amaze. She is thankful for having the freedom to worship a wonderful, caring God.