Sunday, March 31, 2019

Cats are sneaky.

Trucks of Art
         Antique armored truck
First, you guys seem to teach me something most days. I never thought of the idea of scraps from the table making a pet beg. Maybe in my case since, my dog was not an inside dog he was NEVER fed from the table but his food did come mostly from the table.(sorry about the cheese cake Myra my friend meant well!)

 I do like this critter. Saturday about 5 o’clock I was out back washing the car when down the drive trots Stormy. She gives me her ‘meow’ greeting which means, “I am here to eat, and there is no food up front!”  
Of course since she owns me, I stopped and prepared her food and milk. She wanted to be petted first. Grandma Sherry came out and petted Stormy for the very first time and Stormy had no problems with that.

We talked, I asked how the kids were?  Evidently they are okay because she ignored me as she ate. She glances frequently in the direction I think the kitties are. I planned to follow her again today but she seemed to know that. She ate between times of coming over for some petting and not be in a hurry to get back home.

I told her she could use the box on the porch but she laughed at the idea.

So I brought the car back up to the front garage. She took a little more petting, Sherry went inside to get ready for our walk and Stormy suddenly jumped off the porch without a fare you well, and headed for the woods. Again she stopped, took her time ‘to dig, do and neatly cover’. I was up in the edge of the trees. She is sneaky! She disappeared weaving in and out trees and bushes. Next time we are gonna have a talk.  LOL



Mevely317 said...

I can just visualize y'all! That's pretty neat about Sherry coming around. Have you thought about writing another book featuring the adventures of your black girl?


i hope stormy's kittens survive wherever they are.

I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

What fun you are having with the adventures of Stormy. Cats do have a way of worming their way into our hearts. Hopefully one day soon you'll be seeing the kittens. We have snow on the ground for April 1st, no fooling!

Dar said...

Pretty cool how Stormy D has warmed up to you and Sherry. She knows where she's fed at her arrival. She'll show you her kittens once they romp and play. Being less than a week old, however, it'll be a while. By the end of the week, we are due rain and warmth. I must say, that will be refreshing after So Much Snow this winter. Most has melted slowly nurturing the ground.
love n' hugs from our north where the house has quieted now that Andy and family have gone back home. It was a very fine visit.

Lisa said...

Try this...Next time she visits, just start walking toward her hiding spot and tell her to show you her babies. Sometimes they will.

Working on the West side.