First Photo of Me~ 7 July 2009
Little did I know that by following their voices or smelling their food, not sure which right now, that my life would change furever . . . for the bestest of the best . . .
You can see by this photo my ribs are showing, you could count them if you look really hard.
. . . the people that lived at this picinic place always fed the outside kitties only to have their hearts broken when they would one day never return, I found this out later. I have heard the mom talk about all of the tears she shed when one of them would come up missing and she said no more feeding a stray cat any more. Well, since I was now at their house I thought this not a very good rule . . . probably if I knew of this rule I might not have stopped by . . .
Working my magic and casting my spell.
The head man of the group outside noticed right away that I was starving. He wanted to feed me but the woman here said NO! And I say very rude of her, what did I ever do to her!! The man said that I was so skinny and needed food, he thought the rice krispie treat that I stole from their grandbean (and yes I feel bad about taking it from her now) was not enough nutrution for me and he was going to give me something to eat. Well I quickly picked up my ears and liked what I was hearing.
My first meal here! Oh boy was it ever good!!
Well the not wanting woman, later to be my mom, was yaking and yaking at him and said if he fed me then I was her cat! She was not going to have her heart broken anymore by loving an outside kittie and have them MIA . . . bla . . . bla . . . .bla. Never again. She told the man, later to be my dad, that this cat would be part of the family! Phew, I couldn't believe what I was hearing!!
Didn't have to work my magic on this one~she fell for me right away.
Pay no attention to the stupid look on her face~remember she was under my spell.
Still trying to work my magic on this guy. He was not as easy as the woman.
Strange how things change, I thought he would be the push over.
Just love this photo . . . this was the moment!
I had underestimated the woman here. She finally put her foot down and said to the man and I quote, "You fed the cat, the cat in mine. If the cat cannot be inside then you will built the cat a place to live outside where it will be safe from harm and cannot run away. It would be a big pen, screened in, and it would be near the house." That was so much easier than I thought it would be. I think by this point I was actually smiling . . .
First photo taken INSIDE the house.
This is the same day that I came across the picinic!
My folks are great and I have them wrapped around my paws, as they should be. But you know what? They have me wrapped around their hearts!