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Friday, November 06, 2009

New Family Member

It's a.....barn cat!

(Sorry I couldn't resist that title. It is my 200th post, so I wanted it to seem momentus.)

We have been adopted by a small gray wild cat.
He/she let us know we are her people today by leaving a decapitated, disemboweled mole on the floor in Clara's stall. This is a happy time, really, because we have had some trouble with the rodents chewing holes in our feed bags. That is a pain in the boot-ay.
I don't like cats, but wild ones that kill rodents in my barn are okay. I will be happy to reward such good behavior with some milk. But I won't like cats. I just wanted to make that clear. Because one time we had some cats that somebody gave us (as a gift, even, and I gave them away. And that's because I don't like cats. I don't like cat food, it is weird and stinks. I don't like kitty litter, it is weird and stinks. I don't like cat hair, it is itchy and stinks.

Anyway, my people are home, and my heartburn is reduced, so I am going to go lie down and maybe sleep?



Kara said...

THANK GOODNESS. I was going to have to "divorce" you if you said you liked cats. Cats are gross and smell and make me sneeze...A LOT. They are also rather rude animals. I am glad they are taken care of your rodents though. Tell him to tell his cat friends up in Cazenovia to be on the look out for any rodents lingering around my house! xoxox..cannot wait for the REAL news!

Anonymous said...

a good barn cat is worth the food he eats, it will save your feed bags and even catch small snakes before they get big.

Pamela said...

And also not funny.
I want some babeh.

Throwback at Trapper Creek said...

You Stinker! I thought there would be baby pics!! :)

Rebz said...

Sorry guys, like I said, I just couldn't resist that title. Indulge a very large pregnant lady, won't you?

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