I can’t say why this thought popped into my brain today, but it did, and then when I clicked on My FDL, there was Ruth talking about canning or preserving. So I guess you could just go with my flow on this, and while I am not suggesting canning yer kittehs, I think preserving them might be a good idea.
I was able to grab Mr. Sadness a couple of times this week, and I got to do some real petting and snuggling with him. On the one hand, this is heaven, for me. On the other, I worry that his illness is getting his guard down. He seems to be in the mood to trust me a little, but I am concerned that it is a dangerous change of his behavior that indicates a problem. His mouth is chronically difficult, but for the most part he continues to look healthy, at least for a cat with stomatitis.
I still see just the 2 kittens over at the feral colony, and I can’t really determine who might be their mother. I still see just the usual cats there, except for the kittens, who are at least 3 months old. They look healthy, and “kittens are dumb and go right into the trap,” so it won’t be long before they are fixed and back.
I don’t have much else. There were cat videos on TV this week, cat cams. People were quite surprised to find out what their kittehs were actually up to while the people were gone. One woman learned that her cat actually had a second home. Others found their cats engaging in dangerous behaviors, in culverts, under houses and over vales. Oh, and hunting and killing.
What’s up with the kittehs in your world? Putting up with that? Yeah, me too.