On that day, Elizabeth Stuart noticed that her sons Caleb and Noah were transfixed by the woodpile on their family property. But later she realized that it was not just the woodpile itself that was interesting, but also someone was hiding inside. That stranger was not that dangerous, because it was a tiny kitten.
As they live on a 125-acre farm, the family was confused to see the little cat there to find the barn. She had to travel pretty far to reach there.
The youngest kid Caleb patiently guided the cat to get out of the woodpile. He called him softly and was making sure that the kitten feels safe. He named the kitten Mrs. Puffington. Because he thought she looked like a little puff ball to him.
Pretty soon, they both became best friends. With the love of the family, Mrs. Puffington’s strength began to shine. Now she is thriving. She is very curious and loves to play and snuggle.
After Caleb gets back from school, he can be seen with the toys he made for her. When she hears her name she trots over happily. She is having a good time with the family, especially with Caleb. She is now healthy and happy. She will never have to sleep in the wood pile ever again.