Wednesday, December 03, 2008
for that long haired black cat Momma saw eating Mistrie's food last night. Momma says he is beautiful, but likes to make stinky markings on the door and wood box. (That is why she thinks it is a "he" as she has been having to clean spray.) She just happened to look out last night (the Christmas lights make the porch bright) and there he was, but took off running when he saw her. He did come back and finish off the bowl of food, later. Maybe he is in Hemlock Haven; that will upset Mistrie, she didn't like sharing the woods last year, with Winter. She thinks he lives down the road, in the people's barn.
Posted by One Of The Girls at 6:21 AM
Daisy posted at 2:58 PM
You are smart to keep an ear out for the mysterious black cat. I hope he has a home somewhere, and does not bother Mistrie.
Gandalf and Grayson posted at 3:39 PM
We do not care for spraying introoders! Gandalf was all puffed up this morning when an intooder came into our yard!
Eric and Flynn posted at 4:12 PM
Yes, it is always wise to listen out for intruders. He's not very polite though, spraying on your door.
William posted at 4:58 PM
Some peoples' cats! We have a nighttime intruder in our yard, too, a white guy. We don't like him because he gets right under our window and torments us. He also uses our yard as a litter box!!
The Meezers posted at 5:35 PM
oh dear oh dear, we hopes he doesn't upset Mistrie Rose. We would haf to come out there and haf a talk wif him if he upsets her.
Hi to our furry bestest furriends
HotMBC and Robyn posted at 5:37 PM
I'll help Mistrie chase him off!
Derby posted at 5:48 PM
Another BLACK, evil intruder kittie. Fat Eric has one too.
Camie's Kitties posted at 11:47 PM
We hope he doesn't torment Mistrie. And we hope that he stops spraying your door.
Tavi, Cody, Camie and Miss Jade
Karen Jo posted at 2:42 AM
I hope that he has a home somewhere and goes back to it. I also hope that he doesn't upset Mistrie Rose and that he stops his spraying.
Everycat posted at 7:53 AM
It would be nice if he went back to his own home and quit with the spraying. We don't Mistrie upset at all. She's a fine gal that one and it's her territory.
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