May 25, 2009

Memorial Day Cat

TJ technically belongs to K & R across the street. The house next door to them used to belong to TJ's original owners. When they moved, for whatever reason, they didn't take TJ. K & R adopted him bringing their total to three boy cats. TJ roams the 'hood, aided by a cat door and a keen sense of where the cat treats (the the humans who dispense them) are to be found. He visits daily, usually once in the morning and once after we are home form work. He has the run of our place, of course. He gets treats, affection, a cat scratcher, catnip, a place to crash, etc. Today he decided to keep S company while she worked in the yard. He was here for hours and will probably return later in the day after his cat-napping is complete.

1 comment:

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