Post 1945: a sunny Winter day at the window…

Dougy waits his turn for the window while Andy bird watches.

“Say what?!” Dougy hears something outside on the other side of the house.

Andy hears it now, too. Faster than a smart phone camera, the two kitty boys are off to an adventure on the other side of the house.

¡Adios, muchachos!

Or was it just Andy’s dream?


Lavinia Ross writes:

Thanks again for posting Willow’s story, Doug.  She was the poster child for old animals with serious health issues that still need loving homes to see them through until the end.  Yes, like old humans, they are expensive, time consuming, and sometimes unruly due to their various emotional and/or health problems, but they are still beautiful little souls who give much love in return.  I would do it again.  

24 thoughts on “Post 1945: a sunny Winter day at the window…

  1. Hmm… maybe it was a neighborhood doggie they heard barking? There’s an old doggie that lives across the street from me and other doggies in the neighborhood, too. Sometimes I hear them bark or see them walk by on the sidewalk. Purr purr purr.

    • Not to feel too sad, Kosmo. Today it was very cold, with blowing snow so bad major roads were closed to traffic in the central part ofg= my state. No sun for the kitty boys and me! Smart birds were sheltering in the fir tree outside the window and not showing themselves.

  2. Nothing like a sunny day to get the kitties curiosity up and running on full speed. It’s snowing here and dark as a salamander’s butt. Not much curiosity about what’s happening outside.

    I enjoyed the words from Lavina Ross and totally agree. Yers, older cats are an expense, more work but worth it. They do get dstubborn and icky at times but we would do and we deserve proper care. When they are not in pain or out of sorts, they’re we personalities shine through. Looking after Kali was difficult but so worth it.


    • Snow, blowing winds, and cold here today…. The kitty boys were smart to bird watch when the weather was nice!

      Thanks for your testimony about elderly cats, too. I think we learn a lot about ourselves by how we treat our pets when they grow old.

    • It depends on the day and the kitty boys’ moods! LOL! I usually use the alphabetical order standard myself, regardless of the moods of the day.

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