the cat now owns you. You must let it in ,buy expensive canned food fo- he- pet, g-oom. clip it's nails and vet it. Get it nuetue-ed fo- su-e! In the cold you must let it stay in and et it a litte- box! Have fun!The last damned thing I need is a cat. Last night I set my traps for the * that have been harassing my penned geese at night. What did I find in a trap this morning???? Right, the cat. Luckily I was using box traps instead of the kill traps. She did not use even one of her lives----Though she may be on the 8th now. She beat me back to the house and was stalking around demanding feed when I got back.
Well if it's anything like my ex it just wants money.About ten days ago two kittens showed up on my back patio. Both charcoal, about a pound each, one bob tail and one long tail.
Sucker that I am, I cannot let them starve, so I put out water and food. In two days the long tail cat is gone---I assume varmnts but a week later I see that cat way down by the lake. The bob-tail kitten has taken up residence here. I put out a handful of feed morning and evening, a bowl of water. This morning about six fifteen I sat in my chair with my cup of coffee and the blooming cat jumped up in my lap. The cat stuck its head under my hand and rolled around, apparently wanting me to scratch its ears, which I did. Confirmed---If I quit rubbing its ears the cat at once stuck its head back under my hand and rolled to look at me.
Cat people??? Doe s this mean that cat has bugs in its ears? Does it need treatment of xome kind? I am not in need of another dependent, but I won't let tje damned cat suffer/