Wednesday, December 3, 2008



I sighted Molly last night. She is just at the back of our house on another house's roof. I fed her but she would run off when I try to get near. She now calls out for food.

Poor baby, she must have being there all these while. I am trying to get a cage to trap her or I will just continue feeding her till she feels good enough to come back home

I am happy about this!

The 9th Day of Activism against Gender Based Violence: What difference have you made?


* The slide is the ingenuity of Black Looks from the AWID Forum
* The youtube vidoe is about RAPE issue.


LG said...


meowwwwwwwww i told u, she'll be bac

LG said...

IMPOSSICANT!!! wetin i dey see so?!?!
Swerri u don begin use scofield' foto as ur profile pic????? dis one don pass becareful o' today' today' dos ilaje cat-hunters mus come ya haus...... in short make i scan mo/sco/gar/sma pishures to dem so there ll be no mistaken identity :p

Standtall said...

Lol. You eh, why u dey jealous Scofield?

If I catch the Ilaje peeps, dem go take

Thanks for your love, I hope I get her back home

Tigeress said...

Glad to see that you found her. u must be happy! :)

wordsmith said...


Temite said...

The prodigal daughter has returned.

NigerianDramaQueen said...

Im glad you did.

Grahamn Kracker said...

So glad! I bet she wants to come home, badly. She is just scared and confused, runs from help.

But so good to know she is alive and well.

Lindah said...

Glad she's back. said...

Hey there StandTall!

Molly is back?

That is fantastic news!!!

I was worried that someone would find her and think she was a stray cat and keep her!

Did you know that here in the U.S., that pet owners take their pet to the vet to get a microchip installed so that they can find their pet if it is missing??


We are crazy about pets here in this country!! *LOL*

We put microchips on everything....our U.S. passports have a microchip so that the government can trace where we are at any time of day... YES we are under constant watch.


No...I am not kidding about the microchip in our passports...

Standtall said...

Lisa: she is really not back in the real sense. She now shows herself and hides when she sees me. i am looking for a trap from the vet. Hope I get one to capture her. Nigerians arent that good catlovers. How I wish microship will be available here (lol)

Thanks so much for your concern. The cat nips you suggested worked. I cant wait to get her back home. She is just on the roof at the back of our house!

Lindah: she is almost back

Grahamn Kracker: thanks for your support. I am trying to get a trap from her vet. She is due to be neutered in a few wks. I will just take here there straight

NDQ: thanks. My prayer is that she stops running from me

Temite: yeah!

Wordsmith: thanks

Tigress: yes, I am, thank you sis

Buttercup said...

aww im happy molly is back..yay!!!

Standtall said...

Buttercup: she has refused to come home though

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