Kitties Adjusting to Indoor Life

March 27th, 2009

kitties watching squirrel

After the mysterious disappearance and reappearance of my cat, Gregory, and the less mysterious phone call from my cat hating neighbor who may or may not have dumped poor Gregory out in Weaverville, my cats have been confined to the indoors. They are adjusting remarkably well.

Actually, I found that Simon doesn’t like to go outside very much if Gregory isn’t with him, and if I do let him outside, he won’t leave the porch. I’m not sure if they were always this attached to each other or if this is a result of Gregory’s 6 day adventure. They are awfully chummy now.

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5 Responses to “Kitties Adjusting to Indoor Life”

  1. Aunt Kathie Says:

    Glad they are both doing well. Is that a squirrel feasting on your plantings? Squirrels here are kitty TV.

  2. vivienne Says:

    cat’s can be so curious at times. there was one time when i saw my cat just standing in front of the pendulum. and she was just standing and watching the pendulum swing for nearly a minute! haha

  3. vegangirl Says:

    That is indeed a squirrel. It is feasting on a used up tray of sunflower sprouts. It was out there for quite some time.

  4. Susie Says:

    I really, really, really am not liking your neighbor. That’s animal cruelty, by the way.

    I’m glad Gregory was able to return home to you and his darling friend.

  5. vegangirl Says:

    Yes, Susie, I don’t like him either. But the great news is that I went over there several days ago to come to some sort of understanding with the man because the weather has been amazing and Gregory really wants to go out.

    Turns out he is gone! Another woman in the household said not only will he not be around anymore but that he was told there would be hell to pay if (1) Gregory did not come home and (2) anything ever happened to another cat in the neighborhood again.

    We have no proof that he is responsible. Just lots and lots of circumstantial evidence. But he’s gone now so all is well.

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