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Stray kitten approaches man with skateboard. Here they are 1 year later (4+ photos)

Once in awhile you hear a story, and it makes you truly believe that two people were meant to be together. The same can be said when it comes to finding an animal. We often joke that we adopt our pets, but in many ways, they adopt us. Here is one story that proves the truth in that statement.
In this story, a stray kitten approached a young man on his skateboard one day while he was out riding it. What this young man doesn't realize is that he didn't just get another skateboarding partner, but a beloved pet that skated right into his heart.
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Chris Shaw and Julie Lang
When Casey Shaw went skateboarding one morning, he didn't expect to come across a stray kitten in dire need of help (and love). Casey used a crate he had in his car to transport the kitten and get it to a veterinarian right away.
Chris Shaw and Julie Lang
Time was of the essence for this five week old kitten, later named Margot. The vet diagnosed her with ear mites, respiratory infection and an eye infection. If she would have gone any longer on her own, Margot may have succumbed to her ailing condition.
Chris Shaw and Julie Lang
Rescuer, Casey, said that it broke his heart as it poured down rain the day after her rescue. Had she not made herself known to him, she could of easily died or gotten sicker.
Chris Shaw and Julie Lang
After being nursed back to health by her loving saviors, Margot was adopted by Casey and his partner, Julie. Margot has been a loving companion ever since to her adopted parents. She even takes rides on the skateboard, the very item that brought her and Casey together in the first place.
Chris Shaw and Julie Lang
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