Time to tell you when and how my life changed .
It’s me, Budd. I don’t consider myself an angel just a good ole boy that hangs with some pretty spectacular bro’s and sisters.
You don’t know how I came to live with Tyebe and Shoko? Well. let me tell you my story. I ended up in a Lane with nothing no food, water or even clothes to wear. I wandered up and down the Lane for hours and finally crashed under a bush for some shut eye. I met several kitties but they were either mean or so hungry I thought they’d eat me.
One day I was lying under my special bush waiting for a spot of sun when a white cloud zipped by. It was so fast i didn’t have time to move. This happened later in the day too but the cloud was alot slower and I saw this cloud was a kitten. I followed her and watched where she went. She went to this house and flopped down under a swinging bench.
I watched this little ball of fur for a long time and saw she had a sister. She was a hissy thing and was no company for the ball of fur. So I went up on the deck and chattered with the little one in my softest voice so I didn’t scare her. She invited me to lay with her under the swinging bench.
Well, I was in seventh heaven. This little one smelled like fresh milk and kitten biscuits. I felt a warm glow. Each day I would leave after supper and come back the next morning. One day, the peeps just opened the door and let me stay.
Turns out the white ball of fluff was called Tyebe and the hissy faced sister was Shoko. Shoko was easy to control. I would just put on my best wrestlers waddle and Shoko was gone.
My new mom and dad took me to the vet’s and I was not impressed just like Tyebe told me. The vet told mom and dad something that they didn’t like and then we left. Tyebe and Shoko both had visits to the vet and blood drawn. Mom and dad relaxed a bit when they heard the news. Turns out I had Feline Leukemia and after all this time Tyebe and Shoko did not. Tyebe had 1 shot against it but was fine. Mom and dad decided to let me stay and enjoy our household as long as possible.
I stayed for a little over 2 years and then it was time to leave. I’m afraid I left my family in a very upset state. Even ole hissy face was sad.
Now, they all say the time with me was priceless. This family never had a male cat before and did I ever show them what us males can accomplish.
I would suggest taking a cat in and adopting him. The pleasures can’t really be read about but must be experienced.