Don't you love this Garage door painting? I would definitely do a 'double take!'
I call her ‘my cat’, and because she is feral evidently has sex and has had two litters I know of. I named her Stormy D.
I spent today waxing the motor home that is a big sucker when you are applying wax (38.5’). In search of another ladder I drove out, I saw the yellow Tom lying in the middle of the drive (not unusual). I slowed down for it to jump and run. I straddled where he lay. Glancing in the rearview mirror he was still lying there. I said aloud to no one, ‘that sucker is dead’.
He was, I buried him. I did not read scripture over him because the sucker is lost beyond hope taking advantage of Stormy last year when she was just a young kitty. The dude was twice her size. She is probably pregnant now with his kids and he won’t be around to support them.
Honestly I did not mind burying him, I didn’t like him. He was a real sneaky cat. I am sure he just ‘died’ no one could have run over him in the drive, cats are too fast for that. I saw him chasing Stormy a few weeks ago and he was very fast.
I did not take time for an autopsy, just to make sure it was a Tomcat, so I would not be accusing him unwisely. LOL
I am sure there are plenty of Toms out there to take his place. When I told Stormy, she did not cry nor act like she cared. She didn’t even ask where he was buried. I had suggested she scratch his eyes out several times, but I was ignored again.
I do not like it on one hand and on the other hand, I admire that independence in a cat!
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