A hero becomes a sweet friend....
Over a week ago in the hero category, I had posted a brief recount of a "mystery kitty" who has chosen to befriend my dog and I.
This post is a continuance of this recount....I am so touched by this little kittys' attention and enthusiasm, that I wanted to share this with other pet lovers. It has now developed into a "pet story."
When my dog and I leave our house for our walk, this little kitty perks up, and gallops after us to then stand by my side, and bump noses with my dog.
On our return, she (kitty) follows us to the front door, and plops down at my feet on the pavement, to roll around on her back while purring loudly.
Whether or not her motivation to be around us is driven by curiosity, hunger, boredom, or something more abstract, I am thrilled and flattered that this sweet girl feels safe and comfortable enough to stay near, and show great affection...:angel:
Rock on, little kitty - you're the best...:cool:cat::D
Maybe she needs a home. Have you considered bringing her inside and making her part of your family? She already has no problems with your pup and likes you.
All it would take is a little trip to the vet to get her checked out, a few little toys, some litter and good quality food. :D
[QUOTE=ancientgirl;834659]Maybe she needs a home. Have you considered bringing her inside and making her part of your family? She already has no problems with your pup and likes you.
All it would take is a little trip to the vet to get her checked out, a few little toys, some litter and good quality food. :D[/QUOTE]
My exact thoughts. I am not sure if I feel happy or sad about this.
Please consider extending your kindness and generosity to her as she does to you.
Well, of course I have considered bringing her into my home, but although I do not know her name, I do know for a fact that she has a home, close by to my house. I am tempted to feed her, and literally let her in, but she is not my cat, and I don't think her actual owner would appreciate this - even though the kitty would...
She appears to be healthy and happy, despite her obvious interest in me and my dog.
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