24 November 2009


I've never really been a cat person, but there's this little kitty crying on our porch, and has been for a while.

See, we came home, and it ran around the corner of the porch, and appeared, and I said "Hi Kitty!" And then it responded to that, and came over to me, and rubbed against my leg, and the like. And then all of the sudden I was kind of sympathetic to this creature who was so needing attention of some kind.

So then it followed me inside. And I thought, "Why not let it stay here?" And I have always thought, "I never want pets." (Maybe not always, but I think I can safely say, all of my married life.) So I'm not sure what's happening here.

Tim had to pick the cutie up and take it outside. And it's been on the porch ever since. Meowing and crying. And my heart is pained by that.


Kirsten said...

Oh my goodness! Does it have a collar? Does it have diseases?

If the the answers are no, then I would keep it. I can see this being a very good thing for you.

Lauren K said...

Kirsten I don't know you, but I agree with you. Love it Amanda, save the kitty from its sadness!

Anonymous said...

bring it in from the coldddd

RachelTachel said...

People who have pets generally have less stress. They require very little compared to the love and comfort they provide. Cats are especially low-maintenance love machines.

rachel b. said...

There were two kittens outside the church when we left on Sunday, and I played with them for like 20 minutes before I finally went home. I wanted to take them home with me so bad, but we're not really supposed to have pets . . . so I wasn't sure if they were worth eviction.

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