Do you see her, Mittens?
Here she is!
Mistrie wants to thank all of you for the wonderful Haiku poetry you wrote her. She says she is fine, and maybe, someday she will come inside. The weather has warmed up and she is happy.
We are so glad she is happy and it's getting warmer. All we want is for her to know that she is loved- and we're sure she does.
Come inside Mistrie! It's much nicer inside with crunchies and warm places to sleep and stuff.
I am glad she is ok but I still hope she comes inside soon. Us torbie girls gotta stick together.
Oh Mistrie! You are too pretty to be outside in the coldness. Patches and Mittens will take good care of you inside.
Mistrie am so lucky! I would loves to go outside but a'cause of what I did in August, I'm not allowed out there anymore unless Momma am holding me.
Although it can be cold, sometimes being away from others and being able to do things on your own and at will are what one desires. I bet that Mistrie is happier than we realize. I think her Haiku was very deep and something I can understand.
If she'll come inside and stay inside, I'll end her some of my favorite Stinky Goodness AND one of Buddah's favorite toys!
It makes me sad to see kitties outside in the snow. The cats across the street stay out because they don't like the mean kids who live inside. My Cat Couch sez that the boys have mental problems that keep them from being nicer. I wish their mommy would find new homes for them.
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