Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Cats on Tuesday: A tale of 3 Cats



Molly's Case
:
My Aggressive Best friend, Molly is yet to be found. I have started putting cat's nips at the back of our house where she disappeared through. This paid of as I saw a cat head like Molly's a week ago eating out of the cat food. I approached the cat silently but still I missed it as she disappeared back inside the roof.
It's now a ritual for me to put nips out there and it's always disappearing. If only I can stay awake one night to see the cat eating away the nips. I want Molly back! ..............................................................................................................................................................

Meet Smallville:

He is one of Molly's four kittens that were adopted by catlovers. I had to get him back because the previous owner suddenly discovered he didn't want this gorgeous baby anymore. He took his furniture over Samuelson (his former name before we changed it to Smallville). Methink the guy is not a catlover but an admiral of kittens. He threatened to either throw Smallville away or give him to cat eaters. No way! He is now with us having fun!
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Scofield! A litter box Case
Socfield the Don. Father of 8. Olorioko (Standtall Hubby branded him).
His best place is to take a nap inside the litter box!. He can't wait for it to be cleaned out phew he is in! He was there for more than 2 hours on Sunday enjoying himself. What a mentality!
What a CATitude sytle!


What did you adopt lately?

12 comments:

Gattina said...

I am very sorry to hear that Molly has disappeared ! I hope you will get her back, continue with the cat nips. Some people should be thrown away too, in the garbadge where it stinks ! First they take an animal and then they change their minds ! I can't stand these people !
I don't know what you mean by "taking the link" away ? I didn't change anything, I just said I will try to change Cats on Tuesday a little bit to make it more interesting next year.

LG said...

lollll@scoffield... big agbayaaaa
as per molly... she shld be back home 'soonest' :p

Artsville said...

Isn't that what cats do, disappear eventually? I wish you all the best still.

AlooFar said...

Molly, where are u? U'd bera come back here.

How are u Standtall?

Grahamn Kracker said...

In answer to Artsville, we all disappear eventually, but a cat can be around for a good long time - 14 to 20 years and they make every one of those years better.

So still I hope for you and Molly, that you will be reunited. Just like our little Chicago, who disappeared right about solstice, 2001, but we got her back, nothing but a dehydrated, skinny, bag of bones seven weeks and two days later.

Now Smallville has come back to help you through and Scoffield - what a dozer!

It can happen. It is too early to give up hope.

Black Cat said...

Don't give up hope Standtall! She may come home when her hormones have settled down but she will probably be pregnant (what a tart, lol!).

Scofield's antics in the litter box made me laugh! I wonder why he likes to sleep there. Funny little darling boy:)

It was great to see Grahamn Kracker featured on your blog. He is such an interesting person. I hope he manages to get to Nigeria! :) xxx

doug said...

Wait o standtall, do you dream of cats? Is your favourite superhero Catwoman? WHAT IS WITH YOU AND CATS? LOL!!!

NigerianDramaQueen said...

Awww im sorry that you still havent found Molly. I hope you do!
And what did I adopt lately? Renewed hope.

Standtall said...

Hi all,
I am so happy to have you all to encourage me. I saw Molly yesterday. 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.

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!

Doug: I am a cat lover for life (lol)

Standtall said...

Black Cat: you are darn right about Grahamn Kracker.

And I hope he comes to Nigeria

Buttercup said...

lol..so cute!

Standtall said...

Buttercup: which of them is cute? Smallville?

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