Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Cat Mercy

It really looked hopeless getting Squeak back.  But the 26th, 8 weeks after he slipped away, our former neighbor caught him for us, where he had been robbing her cat of his lunch.  He still had his collar and his tags.  He had made his way back there, two and a half miles, about a month ago.  The cat we thought was Squeak wasn't Squeak.

No more 2:30 AM trips to lay out food and service the cameras, and much else.  It would have been very difficult for Gayle to have trusted in God to care for her if we had lost Squeak for good.  This was a very big deal.

It turns out the baby is a he, not a she, whom we've named Squirt.  Gayle weaned him, finally, although we give him lots of water from the bottle.  The baby delighted us today by finally pooping, so no trip to the vet for another enema.  Sometimes he walks on me now without using his claws.

3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

So you want to know when I will be satisified? I will be satisfied when I can personally shove a hand grenade up the arse of the spirit of Major Otto Ernst Remer.
Curt Kastens

5/13/2015 9:09 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is worth repeating.
The Jihadists of ISIS have 5 pillars of faith.
The Jihadists of the Scenic Path have 6 pillars of life. The six pillars are:
A. Reading
B. Questioning
C. Thinking
D. Experimenting
E. Planning
F. Sharing
G. Practicing
The art of counting is under consideration as a pillar of life.
Curt Kastens

5/23/2015 1:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I do not think that I placed those pillars of life in to the correct order but I am not sure what the correct order would be. Does anyone have any suggestions about which order they should be listed?
Curt

6/05/2015 2:37 PM  

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