Thursday, January 17, 2013

Teh Kitteh Conundrum


Things happen to barn cats. Coyotes. Cars. Cows. The list is endless.

Thus when you get a barn cat you really, really, really like, sometimes you make the ridiculous decision to take one indoors and make it a house cat.

Hah. Hardly ever works. Becky tried it with Pumpkin, the cuter and lovier of the logger kitties.

Pumpkin made her displeasure known in various ways until Beck finally took her back to the barn before she managed to kill herself.

She was VERY happy to be there and raced up and down the manger like a mad thing, played with her sister, played with strings, played with hay, and generally rejoiced heartily.

Now guess who is at the back door howling to come in......


****I wonder if this has anything to do with the turkey we fed her last night....

6 comments:

Shirley said...

or maybe something to do with cold weather coming...

Rev. Paul said...

Cats don't in OR out ... they want through.

Terry and Linda said...

Heck .... why not! Lots more company and warmer in there!

Linda
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Caroline said...

Cats, by definition, are always on the wrong side of the door!

Woodswalker said...

That's cats for you. They always like it to be THEIR decision. They also just do not understand why we have doors.

lisa said...

She sure is a beautiful cat. We tried that with our barn cat, didn't work and I am ready to throw out the kitten that did work!