Stray Kitten

I’m a sucker for a stray. Dogs, cats, turtles- you name it- if I’m in the car and I see one, I gotta bust a u-ey, and at least try to rescue it.

And because of the comments left on some of my animal-related blog posts, I bet there’s a lot more pet picker-uppers out there reading this too! I had lunch with one of my pet pick-up’in girlfriends yesterday. She told me about a “turtle” she made a u-turn for not too long ago, only to discover it was actually a camouflage-colored baseball cap sitting in the middle of the street- LOL!

It’s been a while since we’ve had to move a turtle off the road, but Kev and I did have a crazy, stray kitten adventure on Thursday morning…

We were driving on the busiest road in town, and as we were approaching an extremely busy intersection, I noticed a little black kitten running as fast as it could across the street in front of us. The lower part of it’s left leg was completely dangling behind it as it darted across the road. I couldn’t believe it was able to make it across without getting hit. It was SO scary/sad watching that all go down!

After we crossed through the intersection, Kev made a u-turn and we pulled into the lot behind a recently closed down gas station. Here’s a shot that shows the busy road we were previously on, and where we parked our car…

I jumped out of the passenger side while the car was still rolling, and was relieved to find the kitty huddled up against the wall of the gas station…

It was panting really heavily, and crying it’s little heart out so I slowly walked up to it, and kept telling it it was going to be okay in my best “please-don’t-be-afraid-of-me-kitty” voice the whole time. I managed to crouch down about three feet away from it, and I thought I was going to be able to pick up it- when all of a sudden, it got up and quickly hobbled over to our car, dragging its little leg behind it the whole way. It was absolutely heartbreaking to watch and I felt so bad for making it think it had to run again! And to make matters more intense, it climbed right up and into our engine. Aaaahhhhh! (Note: the engine was not running.)

But it was right about that time that Kevin noticed we were parked right next to an animal clinic. Hallelujah!

I ran over there, and told the lady sitting at the front desk what had just happened.

She rounded up the doctor and two of his assistants, and everyone came out to our car to see if we could get the kitty out.

Long story short, they managed to coax it out with a broom handle, and then they took it inside the clinic to see how they could help it. (The Doc said since we took the time to stop and help it, they would take the time to help it get healthy again. Yay for friendly vets!)

The doctor called me a few hours later and said that the lower part of the kitty’s leg had completely dislocated from the upper part, and that it had some worms and ear mites.

They began treatment for the worms and mites immediately, but they’re going to wait to do surgery next week when it’s not quite as freaked out as it is right now. The doc was also kind enough to say we could come up and visit the kitty in the meantime, so of course we jumped back in the car that day, and spent some time petting it’s sweet little head…

It was on a lot of pain medication at the time, but hopefully it’ll begin to understand that we’re all just trying to make it feel better!

(I love the little white “heart” below it’s nose!)

They didn’t remember to check if it was a boy or a girl, because they didn’t want to move it around very much- but one of the vets seemed to think it was a girl.

I’ll keep you posted on *her* progress, and in the meantime, if you live in the area (Prattville, Alabama) and you’re looking for an indoor house kitty to love on- drop me a line and I’ll put you in touch with the people at the clinic. We’re not home very much these days, and I would love for *her* to live inside with someone who can really take good care of *her*!


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  1. Judy says

    Aww gee! Who wouldn’t stop for the poor baby. I’m so grateful that you did and look forward to updates. I hope the sweetie finds a happy home.

  2. michelle says

    so sweet – i wish we had some of those sweet vets here in texas. it looked like someone had dumped a litter at a very busy intersection also. one red light a big old burly guy threw his truck in park and scooped that one up, at the very next red light (maybe 6 car lengths) i did the same thing, he was so scared. all the vets around me said take him to the pound (totally not happening) but i had a wonderful sweet angel friend that took him in and adopted him. i just don’t understand why people won’t fix their animals if they aren’t going to take care of the ensueing result. so glad urs had a great end result!

  3. says

    Aww. I love hearing stories where people go out of their way to take care of animals. I would definitely have done that too, though I don’t know that I’d be able to give her away. I think I’d have to keep her for myself.

  4. Jessica Lewis says

    Thanks you for stopping to rescue the poor kitty Layla. This post made me tear up. I grew up with rescued kitties and now that I have a family of our own, we have our own rescued kitty. They make the best pets because they know that you saved them from a sad life. Anyway, I have many many memories of Sunday morning, driving to church with my mom stopping the car to move a turtle from the middle of the road. She was in her church dress and heels but she had to make sure that turtle could safely cross. Yay for taking care of sweet little animals. :)


  5. Samantha says

    Awe – that’s how I ended up with my 3rd cat :0) My husband thought he was hurt because he was dragging his left leg. It turned out that it had been hurt before we got him. By the time we figured it out we were already in love with him, so now he’s just one of the family :0) Hope this little one finds a loving home!

  6. Lynne says

    People who are CARING are the very best!
    Thanks BEST, please keep us posted on how she is doing!

  7. says

    Layla, I love your big heart and your great compassion for animals. And I love hearing stories like this. That kitty wouldn’t have had much of a chance if it wasn’t for you. By the way, whatever happened to Fleamarket, that other kitty you saved?


  8. says

    Poor little thing. Thank you for being a kind, loving soul that would stop and help. Most people wouldn’t even bother. I would of course. I teared up just reading your post. My “kids” include a dog from the pound, a tortie cat whose mama I found as a stray and a yellow tiger from my sister’s cat’s litter. Definitely would rather give love to a stray than pay for an animal at a pet store that ends up having issues from being over-bred. Am now following you =)

  9. says

    So sweet. I hope you find a good home for him. We got one of our cats that way. Found him limping across the parking lot of my husband’s work. The vet said both his back legs had been broken. Now he’s a fat, happy, healthy cat who follows my husband around like a puppy because he is the one who rescued him.

  10. Shawn says

    Awe…She’s adorable! My daughter’s are always the ones to say “Mom, stop the car! We have to help.” And I’m so thankful for their tender hearts, even now when so close to being young ladies. You and Kevin seem so busy, yet you take the time to stop. Thanks for sharing:)

  11. says

    Such a sweet story. Poor kitty. You were at the right place at the right time. We live right outside the city limits and both of our cats just appeared in our yard as kittens. They have turned out to be the best pets. Hope this kitty makes great progress. I’m sure it will thanks to you and your husband.

  12. says

    Awe, that just breaks my heart but I’m so glad she has a happy future and possibly a new loving home thanks to your kindness!

  13. says

    I am a sucker too! We have 2 dogs and a cat that are strays/rescues! Good luck to that sweet little kitty:):) I bet she will have good fortune coming her way!

  14. says

    This tale brought me to tears. I am such a kitty/cat lover too and currently own to cats that were both rescued. They’ve been the best! Love that the Vet was so willing to take in this kitten and so appreciate that there are people out there that will do that. Good luck with finding the perfect owner. I’ll pray for that little one to find the perfect match.

  15. says

    What a lucky kittie to have you! I am the same way about saving animals in need! Both of my kitties were strays and one barely made it because of illness. I wouldn’t trade either of them for anything! Way to go!

  16. says

    Tearing up here! Layla, I am such a sucker for strays. You are the sweetest couple ever…not many people would take time out of their busy day to stop the car and help a little stray kitten. I hope *she* heals quickly and finds a wonderful home! Our Pomeranian, Penny, passed away over the summer, but she was adopted. Someone left her tied up to a sign in our church parking lot last year and I convinced my husband to let me adopt her. She was really really old, so I was happy we were able to give her a year in a loving home. :)

  17. says

    What an unfortunate, yet fortunate kitty! Thank you for being so kind to her. I hope she finds the perfect loving home after her ordeal. How amazing that the animal clinic was right there! Wow!

    You’re such a sweetie, Layla!

  18. Tavia says

    You had me at stray kitten…seriously, I love you for that!! YOU make the world a better place ♥

  19. Leigh says

    LOVE the story of the kitten rescue! You are an angel on earth. I, too, have a soft spot for animals, especially needy ones. As Mahatma Gandhi’ had said, “The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way it’s animals are treated”.
    Have a great day!

  20. Dana says

    Kudos to the Dr and practice owner for agreeing to help the kitten and not sticking you with the bill. I work at a clinic and people call wanting veterinary care for strays ALL THE TIME. Our owner and Drs will only allow us to look at the animals if the rescuer is willing to take on the bill. We refer them to the non-profits in the area that are in place for those types of situations. They aren’t heartless, they’re just trying to stay afloat and not devalue their care to the point where we are known as that clinic that will see animals for free. I get it – but stories like this make me wish they had a little different mindset. I hope you find her a good home and also – PLEASE PLEASE get this kitten spayed/neutered before it goes on to the new home. It will help prevent future little kittens running around town like this in the future.

  21. Kathy says

    Ahhhhh so happy they are people out in this world like you who would stop and rescue a scared and frightened kitten =). I would have done the same thing, there is no way I could have left that kitten alone.

  22. says

    Awwww! I love kitties, and seeing all of that would totally break my heart, too. I am so glad you helped rescue her. Here’s hoping she finds a loving home soon! :)

    • says

      I have to add that we found and brought home our own stray kitty last night. If you had told me when I was reading your post yesterday morning that we would get sucked into the big eyes and fuzziness of a stray kitten a mere few hours later, I would have said YEAH RIGHT. We named her Zoe and she already brings so much joy to us. :)

  23. missy says

    love that you saved that sweet little kitty! My mom passed(the saving of animals) down to me….and I’ve have passed it down to my teenagers and I’m sure they will pass it down to their kids :)

  24. Evelyn says

    It hurts my heart to hear this story but thank God you and Kevin are such good-hearted people. I hope the kitty responds well to the treatment.

  25. Pam says

    Thanks for your story. Too often we hear and read about the other end of the spectrum. Nice change.

  26. says

    That kitty is so lucky that you were there to help it! As far as the vets concerned, they rock! I too am a vet, and trust me, it takes a lot of money to do an orthopedic surgery and hospitalize/nurse the kitten back to health. Not all vet clinics are able or willing to be so kind, and you’d be amazed at the number of sad cases like this that we see ALL the time. My own cat and dog were in horrible shape when I adopted them. Abused, and dying. They are the most loving, wonderful pets now, and I’m sure they know in their little hearts that their lives were saved. Good luck with this kitty, and pls let the vet know, from one vet to another, that they are awesome!

  27. Sharon O says

    What a wonderful story. I do believe most cats should be INSIDE only unless one lives in the country. They will be prey to coyotes and other wild critters in the country but at least they won’t be smashed by fast moving vehicles. I hate it when I see a cat ‘along’ the road, that is someones pet now lost. My cat is inside only she wouldn’t know what to do out in the big world.

  28. says

    Hi Layla,
    Thank goodness for ya’ll! Poor little kitten…it must have been horrible to watch it try to cross the road. That little cutie is one lucky kitty thanks to the kindness of strangers. What a great vet to help you and to help the kitten. I love his little white heart! You and Kevin to the rescue. : )
    Has anyone given him a name?

  29. Liz says

    Good for you and God Bless You. We need more love in this world,need it be human or animals. It just makes me sick to think someone would dump a kitten out onto a busy street.

  30. says

    from one u-turner-to another-good job…i am known in our area as the animal whisper…picked up many turtles and have taken them to our lake, feed our deer, have rescued lots of dogs…keep treats in my car for those moments…currently working with a sickly red fox –that i must say-is turning the corner and looking pretty healthy…good job kev and laylau continue to amaze me–my motto-if i dont stop to help who will?

  31. says

    What a great post! Over the years all of our animals have been strays “dumped” by others on our kibbutz. Currently we’ve got 3 kitties and one dog…(all former strays). They are the BEST….and so are you for stopping!

    Kudos also to the kindhearted vet and his/her staff! Lovin’ this post!

  32. Layla says

    You guys are so wonderful for doing this. I’ve been reading your blog for a while now, but this is the first time I felt like I HAD to comment. We got our two cats (brothers) from a shelter, and they had spent 2 months prior to this living at an animal clinic where someone had taken them after finding them in the street, tiny and sick and scared. I’m so, so grateful that person took the time to catch them and take them to the vet, and so grateful for the vet to take them in for two months before spots freed up in a shelter. So yeah…. what you did was awesome. =)

    And yes, I’m a Layla, too! =D

  33. Monique says

    So glad you stopped. Not sure all vets would be proactive but it’s really nice to hear that there are still some good folks out there. We adopted two lab mix strays who found their way to our home. They gave us many years of love and we still miss them.

  34. Lisa says

    Layla – So you will be adopting this kitten right? :D Cuz lets face it, future might not look great for it. I bet those vets/techs are counting on this.

  35. says

    I saw this when you tweeted it Layla and my heart broke in two. With it being Thanksgiving week-end here in Canada I wanted to let you know that I am thankful for people like you and Kevin for doing what you did. I will follow along with kitty’s progress. Hugs to you ~ Happy Saturday!

  36. says

    Oh….this could have gone so differently. Believe me, there is positive karma being reflected back for such an act of kindness. I look forward to reading future posts about rescue kitty.

  37. says

    You are so wonderful! I am the same way with strays.

    I would take the kitty in a heartbeat but I live in California. Wonder if we could find an airline to donate a free ride! I have 4 kids, 2 chickens and a husband, but no kitty cat.

  38. says

    That was so nice of you to help that poor kitten. Thank god for nice vets! I have heard too many stories of vets not helping hurt animals if there’s no one to pay for it. I can’t wait to hear how she is doing!

  39. says

    I always hold my breath when I see an animal bolt across a busy roadway. So wonderful to hear that you rescued the hurt kitten. Hope she has a speedy recovery, and that she gets adopted into a loving home.

  40. says

    Hi Layla, I’m Nanette with Waggin’ Train Rescue(, and one of your regular readers. Although I typically rescue only dogs, I would be happy to cross post your sweet kitten on our website (within your area) to help find her a qualified adoptive home. Please let me know if I can help. Thank you for getting her to safety. There are so many dogs and cats that are not as lucky.

  41. Jenna says

    Wow! That kitten is YOUNG! What a tiny little girl.

    You two were in the right place at the right time. You’re being very considerate by trying to find this fluffy missy a home now that you and Kevin are out and about so much. It must be hard, but good for you! Please keep us all up to date… such a heart-warming story.

  42. says

    What a good thing you did! And I’m so impressed that the vet was willing to offer care, too. How wonderful.

    My two cats (who are now 13 and 18) were both rescues. One of them I retrieved from the muddy pits she was living in beneath a shack of a house.

    Recently, my husband and I adopted our third dog—she was abandoned in our neighborhood. We posted “found” signs and the owner (or so we think) went around and ripped them all down, crumpled them up and tossed them in the grass.

    I took the 5-month old pup to a shelter to hopefully help her find a home, but they were full and didn’t have enough room. Said she’d probably get euthanized. So, needless to say, she ended up joining our family. :)

    Rescue pets are the best—thanks for sharing your story and for taking the time to help one of God’s creatures.

    Here’s our new puppy:

  43. Kim in MD says

    Aaww…so sweet! You and Kevin are amazing to help the little kitty! I hope “she” finds a good home! :-)

  44. says

    Aw, thank goodness you came along… now this little girl will have a fighting chance for a loving home, The vets at the clinic are also awesome, everyone taking time out to help this scared and injured kitty, very cool indeed. :)

  45. SuzyMcQ says

    I loved you guys before, but now I really love you! You are the complete package and a more genuine couple is not to be found….just the best!

  46. Jen Jungbluth says

    A woman after my own heart! We had a Momma kitty dropped off here at my property only to find out she had been hit by a car. Two of her itty bitty kittens crawled out from where they were born in search of food a few days later. We took them in. We fed them every 2 hours with a syringe and took them to the vet. They were only 3 weeks old! They are doing great!

  47. Kaye Chastain says

    Layla,You are truly a girl after my own heart. Mark Twain once said that one can judge the character of a man by the way he treats a dog. I think the same can be said about a woman and any animal. I firmly believe that God will one day hold us accountable for the way we treat those over whom we have dominion. My son and daughter-in-law once adopted two newborn kittens the mother had abandoned. My (doctor) son fed them by hand (even at 3:00 am) and massaged their behinds to get them to pee and poop. The vet held out little hope for them. Today they are two healthy, beautiful, happy adults who make complete the lives of the sweet couple who eventually adopted them. I’d say both you and my children will one day have extra stars in your crowns!

  48. Elizabeth says

    Awwww That is so awesome Layla I think you were put in that spot on that day right next to the vet just so you could help that innocent little kitty. I find stray’s all the time and try my best to get them back home or get them a good home. I have been shocked at how people will discard them or leave them behind when losing a home to foreclosure. We need more kind hearted people in this world for the animal’s that have no voice…Beautiful kitty hope she gets a new home….Hey lets name her HOPE…

  49. says

    What a great story and wonderful of you and your husband to rescue the kitty :) I had a similar situation happen a few years back with a cat that got hit on the side of the road. I stopped , picked him up and put him in the back of my car & drove him to the vet :) I got both my boxers from rescue and did alot of rescue work so I LOVE when I hear stories about someone taking a minute to help out an animal in need :) I hope the kitty finds a new loving home! XO !

  50. Carrie says

    Wow! What a post. As I write right now I have a stray dog (I’m calling him Dug) at my feet that my husband picked up from the state park next to our house. We have made arrangements for our dog to stay with friends over the weekend so Dug can hang out at our house, but on Monday we will have to take him to the humane society — unless there is someone out there in the Nebraska panhandle who wants to adopt him…

  51. says


    You know I am a fellow animal lover. Because we are by the water I am constantly stopping {at least once a week} to move turtles out of the road; even snappers. I love that you stopped to assist the little kitten and get it the care it desperately needed. I hope one of your readers is able to adopt it and provide a purr-fect home!

    Your Friend,

  52. Kelly says

    I have 5 rescue kitties. I just teared up reading that. My friend is a vet in training and she tries to save anything. I <3 her for that. Thanks for turning around!!!

  53. says

    I am totally an animal picker-upper and foster-outer. I recently adopted a 3-legged kitten. He is AWESOME. And what he can’t do with missing a leg, he makes up for in his CLAWS. God help my leather furniture…

    Btw, his name is Thomas Sullivan Magnum, in homeage to shorty-shorts wearing Magnum PI. Dead sexy, yes, indeed. ; )

  54. says

    I’m glad I’m not the only one! My heart breaks to see strays! My mind flashes with so many bad things that could happen to them! I’m glad you stopped to take care of this sweet kitty! May blessings come to you!

  55. Jeanne says

    Bless you guys for taking the time to help this little creature. I would have done the same also, but a lot of people wouldn’t. You just have to wonder how something so small was left out in this big world to fend for itself. I sooooooo wish people were more responsible when it comes to animals. Please spay and neuter. It saves so many from ending up in this same situation or worse.

  56. says

    Layla – I think you and Kev are awesome peeps, but you have just endeared me to you guys even more. I am a animal lover to the core. I can’t tell you how many dogs and cats (and yes turtles crossing the road) I have saved. I am on first name basis with the Wild Animal Rescue Clinic. It seems I am always finding hurt baby bunnies, baby birds fallen from their nests, etc. My husband said he thinks some people were put here on Earth to be protectors of Animals. I’m not sure if that is true, but I know I can’t drive by an animal in need. God bless you my animal loving friends. I hope you are able to find Kitty a home.

  57. says

    Thank you for rescuing that sweet little kitty! And thank that Vet Clinic for all of us too — they are definitely angels! My daughters have been rescuing animals of all sorts all their lives…. every cat we’ve ever had has been a rescue. I agree with so many others out there — rescues make the absolute best pets! Hope this sweet little thing finds a great new home!

  58. Lisa says

    First you were my design hero. Then you were my adoption hero (I’m an adoptee). Next you were my compassion hero, and now you’re my animal rescue hero! -You rock!

    I do wish I lived closer, but I’m in California. Otherwise, I’d be glad to adopt her. I’m going to pray that God finds her a home. His eye is on the sparrow, so surely its on kitties too! : )

  59. Donna Wiley says

    Thanks for helping the stray kitty. It proves you not only have a beautiful house, you have a beautiful heart.
    Thanks to the vet clinic for helping, too.

  60. says

    Oh Layla, that is so sweet that you both have such a soft heart for animals. My hubby and I are the exact same way :) You probably saved *her* sweet little life!

  61. Dorothy Brown says

    I saw this yesterday but was too frazzled to post my comment: our 12 y ear old little terrier mix was discvoered to have a huge growth under the base of his tail and we’ve been bandaging and rebandaging it waiting for the return of the vet in our office who does the surgery. It’s been bleeding and worst of all, he’s in such pain despite all the meds etc. I’ve been feeling so guilty and depressed all week, and then I read your uplighting story of the injured kitty. I’m so glad you wre willing and able ti intervene and to have that vet office right next dorr seems nothing short of providential to me! Sniffles and kudos!

  62. says

    I have always picked up strays. So glad that yours has a happy ending, once in a while they don’t. But most of the time they do, and they are so worth the extra time, trouble, and effort. I have found dogs and cats, but also horses, llamas, goats and a stray herd of cattle once!! lolol THAT was a fun day on the old homestead!!

    God bless you for your soft heart, they are God’s creatures too.
    Hugs, Fi

  63. Elizabeth says

    Oh, Layla. God bless you and Kevin for helping that little kitty, and the vet who was RIGHT THERE. It really was Divine intervention. Prayers that *she* gets well soon, and finds a loving forever home!

  64. Bobbye says

    Ah, as a fellow hoarde…rescuer… I totally understand. I just found my 8th small wonder in the top of a tree. Better to have loved; just better.

  65. says

    I got tears in my eyes reading this. Thank you!! Thank you for taking the time to help a kitten and really seeing it through to the vet and everything.

    I wish more people were like you!

  66. says

    Bless your heart for being so kind. My husband and I are exactly the same way and it gives us hope that others feel the same way we do. Thank you.

  67. Rachel says

    I’m so glad there are people like me out there! Last week I rescued a dog that was hit 5 or so cars ahead of me. He was crying and trying to stand up in the middle of the road, but no one would stop. Everyone kept driving around him. Since I’m a huge animal lover, I stopped my car and picked him up. I rushed him to the vet, but he ended up passing away during the middle of the night from internal injuries. Ughh…it was heart breaking! I don’t understand how someone couldn’t stop to rescue the poor dog. Why do people have such cold hearts?

  68. Jane H says

    I didn’t think I could be more enamored of the two of you as an amazing couple/partnership/team (I kow, I probably sound like your moms, but I am about the same age so that figures)! After this post – I am! Just more proof of why you deserve good things in life to come your way!

  69. Lynda says

    Oh, you have no idea how happy this makes my heart. Bless *your* hearts, and those of the folks at the vets for tending to this tiny critter. Good on all y’all.

  70. jason says

    I love stories like these. y’all are such good people…and I said “good people” on purpse! this one made me tear up. my wife and I have been known to rescue dogs, cats and turtles too – oh my! we even rescued an escaped ferret. we eventually tracked his owner down. good for you and I hope everything goes smoothly for the little guy/girl.

  71. Amy F. says

    As soon as I saw the first picture I yelled out “there’s a vet right next door!” Of course I looked rather foolish to my co-workers and you found the vet without my shout out. I wish we could have *her* but I’m afraid my house my be too traumatic her. We have 3 indoor dogs (tiny little critters) and one huge mostly outside cat that looks just like this little kitty. I’m still going to talk to my hubby tonight because she needs a good home and we did bring our huge kitty into our home without too much trauma.

  72. Leigh in Dallas says

    Aww, you guys! My dad brought home a little kitten when I was 13 and she too had a gimpy leg and ran out in front of his car. He took her to the vet and they warned us that she might lose her leg, but we gave her a film canister (old school!) with rice in it and she played with her “rattle” so much that her leg was strong enough for her to walk on. She was one of the sweetest animals I’ve ever known and she had lots of happy years with us. My husband isn’t a big cat person, but I always hope to find a stray kitten – how could he say no?! Thanks again for stopping. You changed that little baby’s life!

  73. Melinda Ke says

    Poor little kitty, I’m so glad you guys happened to be passing by and stopped to help! I hope it finds a loving home, and with your blog readers I’m sure you will find someone soon.

  74. says

    I got so teary eyed reading your story and to know there are such
    unbelievable people out there in the world that would be so concerned
    and take the time to help defenseless animals. I love reading your blog listening to my playlist and when I hear Far Away by Nickleback I think of you guys. Thank you for being so compassionate for the little black kitty.

  75. says

    Ohh how cute, I am so with you Layla I have rescued 7 dogs now & one of them is living with my friend due to her falling in love & the owner what not allowed to have back at they were getting her pregnant all the time.
    Just cannot go past a stray dog with out doing something about it!!

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