Tuesday, August 16, 2016

A Visit From A Floofy Tail












The neighbor's floofy-tailed kitty decided she wanted a few pets from me!  I am diligently trying to convince her and her sister that they can visit my house at anytime for lovin' and food.  It's not clear how well they are taken care of by the folks that own them, but I'm ready to take up the slack...whether The Hubby or The 'O' Cats are up for it or not!  Look at this sweet baby; why wouldn't a person want to snuggle with her?

Here is the story on the two floofy-tailed beauties.  I was told: the woman's son moved in with her, bringing these two black kittens.  She knew they needed to be spayed, so she contacted the local low-cost spay/neuter rescue, and they were dropped off one day to be transported to get their surgeries. However, both cats were treated as FERALS; spayed and ear-tipped, and then released one afternoon into her yard!  No one told her that was going to happen, so those two babies stayed outside for almost an entire day (during bad weather, too!)  After that, neither kitty wanted to remain indoors, so the people of the house let them out.  I spy them all of the time, but they tend to hang around their 'house' in the evening.  The people of the house used to let them in a window, but another neighbor says that often the cats just sit there and meow and no one in the house pays any attention. From what I see, both cats are fed, and they appear to be in good shape.  Actually, I never know which kitty I'm looking at, since they are so similar.  One day, they may decide to emulate Aries, and join my backyard cat club!

10 comments:

  1. People are so strange about cats sometimes. They probably think that as long as they are feeding them, that's enough. We're glad they have been invited to your backyard club.

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  2. honestly, one day outside shouldn't have been enough to convince kittens that they wanted to live outside....it just means those people didn't care or didn't want to try.

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    1. Yes, you and I know that! The two cats don't even have names.

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  3. hay ewe pantherz...eastside catz club iz DE PLACE two bee...N ya due knot haz ta pay add mission ore show eye dee...fake ore knot !! ☺☺☺♥♥♥

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  4. Very cute cat, I am glad you are there to compensate for bad kitty parents.

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  5. We hope they join your club very soon! And we think *you* could probably name them, too!

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  6. We're glad you're looking out for those two. It amazes us as to how some humans treat their animals.

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  7. What a sweetie! It doesn't sound the neighbor cares them enough if they just let the kitties stay outside :-( Glad they are getting tons of love from you!

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  8. well, it's fitting that I am seeing this today since it's Black Cat Appreciation Day...people make me sick catchatwithcarenandcody

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  9. Beautiful kitty! I can't believe she doesn't have a name!

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