Monday, August 25, 2008

no kitty

fall is around the corner   i smell it in the air   and chili's are roastin' on every bend   the cool breeze blows our way but the heat persists   come mid October it'll finally cool down like it's really fall   but i'll enjoy the sunshine anyways......

well this evening i took Marsha over to see one of Vicky's kittens   again they're BEAUTIFUL    once we got there, Vicky informed us she wants to keep two of the three   of course our pick of the crops happened to be the one's she wanted to keep   so later i went & got the other kitty and took it to Marsha's ...the plan i was to go there first, then try it at my house...well after being at Marsha's for awhile to see how Madison would do, Marsha decided against the kitty for now   Madison's still too young really   she's being her baby self and not being very gentle with the kitty   while there i got Scooter the dog a few feet from the kitten and she didn't like him   so with that expression i decided not to even try here at my place    didn't want to traumatize the kitten again   being chased by coyotes has been enough for her   as much as i love the kitten, now is not the time   my dogs barkin' and playin' all the time would not be good for the kitten   just didn't want to take the chance   i'm a little disappointed, but maybe one day after my kids are gone on to doggie heaven   that'll be awhile, so i'll just enjoy Marsha's cats   she may get this kitten in another 6weeks or so when she's older and can handle Madison better   but it was at least worth a try right now  It's all good!  no harm done to the kitty   she's back at Vicky's now enjoying her sister and brother   i'll go visit them from time to time   babies, kittens and puppies just melt my heart...probably everyone's too    all good things come to those who wait   one day it will happen....

1 comment:

jmorancoyle said...

    I've had dogs and cats together from the time we've been married. They don't like each other to begin with, but mine have learned to live together. I laugh at Sheeba and Blacky. Blacky is black and orange. She's my runt and she has a nasty temperament. We tease the hell out of her. If there is such a thing as a bi-polar cat, she's it. One minute she's loving you up and the next she growling. (She's never scratch anyone, but she does like to show her claws.) And usually it's at the dog. A few minutes later I'll find the two of them side by side sound asleep.
Jude
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