Saturday, February 18, 2012

Newsflash: Mama Leopard's Back!!!!!!!

Leopard writes:

Hello, anyone remember me?  I'm the feral cat who had Miss Marble, Striped Girl, Hemming, and the other kitten last spring.  I disappeared when my kittens were around 10 weeks old.  One of my kittens disappeared around the same time, but the rest were brought by Tux to the people and Tux also helped raise them.  He taught them what they needed to know to be good adults.  Now my kittens are just over 9 months old, and I've returned!

I showed up yesterday in the middle of the day to eat at the deck feeding area.  Yum!  I'm very wary of the humans now, like I used to be before my kittens were born.  I didn't bring the other kitten back with me, and no indication where I've been for the past 7 or 8 months.  The humans wish I could tell them the whole story.  I didn't come to eat at the same time as the others, so the humans don't know if I've seen my family again yet.  I've smelled them, though, and am happy they're still around and are doing well.  Miss Marble smells different, but I think it's still my girl because her scent trail is mixed in with the others I recognize.  I don't smell my boy anywhere, though.  The humans say they found him a good home and that his name is now Hemming.

I have been eating well, and have a nice, fluffy winter coat.  I don't have any new scars, and am still the same self-assured kitty I was.  I'm glad to be back!

7 comments:

Eric and Flynn said...

Welcome back Mama Leopard.

Sparkle said...

I am very glad to see you back, Mama Leopard! And that you seem to be doing well. I was worried when you vanished!

Cheysuli and gemini said...

It is good to see you back and getting some good food!

Laura and Taffeta Rose said...

We are glad Mama Leopard came back and is in good shape. She looks good!

Prancer Pie said...

So good to see you, Mama Leopard! Glad she's safe and seems ok.

The Lee County Clowder said...

Welcome back, Mama Leopard.

meowmeowmans said...

We are glad you're back, and in good health, Mama Leopard!