Nature verses the local grocery...

Thursday, April 9, 2009

NATURE SNICKERING...Kitty sightings

When will I learn the lesson of "mereness" in my human capacity, of "thinking" I know what Nature...knows better?!

Extra! Extra! Read all about it. We are thrilled to announce that -at least two - of the kitties are still in the barn, in a "safe" place, behind a cabinet, under "stuff", thank the powers that be. There was a big commotion in the barn about 1:30 AM. Apparently an intruder interloped, and was quickly EXtruded by Blackie. Blackie may only have very limited, living room visitation for the time being, but he's still guard of the castle. GO BLACKIE!!

We freshened the kitty water - just in case they are drinking yet. We freshened and filled dishes and water pails, did the necessary restaurant chores.

Stay tuned for more updated kitty trail news on trailsofnature.


  1. Waiting to read more about the Kitties.

  2. Hi Oris,

    I am excited too, about our resident kitties!

    Glad to hear you are writing today! We eagerly await your upcoming book which will contain all your stories Along the Backroads of Yesterday.


  3. I think Oris and Patsy need one of those little kitties when they are weaned!!

  4. That Anonymous signature looks an awful lot like Tanya's writing... ya think?

  5. I'm reading a book titled DOG SPEAK that's supposed to help me understand everything in the world about dogs. No point in anyone writing a CAT SPEAK book, since cats will do whatever they want to do. Since I brought the puppy home, the cat Homer refuses to allow me to touch him. He's genuinely angry that I brought home that "thing."

  6. Hi "anonymous",

    Thanks for dropping by! Yes, cats are smart cookies! Our 'queen' Babydoll, before she passed away, took about 4 years to get over my choosing my Lily over her; BD was 'my' cat before Lily, and I'm not sure she ever forgave me...nor, that I deserved it.

    Give Homer time. Besides, that puppy is SO cute, even Homer will capitulate!


  7. "I've never understood why women love cats. Cats are independent, they don't listen, they don't come in when you call, they like to stay out all night, and when they're
    home they like to be left alone and sleep. In other words, every quality that women hate in a man, they love in a cat."
    --author unknown

  8. Hi Karlyn,

    Great quote, a valid point. I "wonder" too.

    Has Homer 'warmed' up yet...forgiven you, maybe?

    Always a pleasure to have you visit.



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