Miss Marble writes:
There are two new visitors to our deck, our house, and our yard! Tigress and I don't like them very much, because they eat our food and one of them gets pets from our family. Our purrents say that one of them will learn to take turns with us and the other one will find a new home within the next couple months. I certainly hope that turns out to be true! I had to go out the door to the other dimension (aka the front door) this morning, because my door was blocked by the intruder who gets pets. Mommy had to pick me up and put me out in the other dimension, then give me pets to let me know that it was still the same place. No, it's not! It's the other dimension!
Aack! The lady took pictures of me! I really don't like the flashy box, but learned last night that the red light means the white light will flash. I freeze when the red light comes on, wait until after the white light flashes, then go on about my business (mainly getting pets from the lady and twirling around her while she talks to me). I've been hanging around this new house since July 4th. The people think that I either was dumped or ran away because of the fireworks. I obviously know all the important things that a housecat should know, like what doors, collars, lights, people, and toys are, so I was an owned cat very recently. I have a collar, but that is from these new people. The tag is made especially for me, and says "Am I yours???" on one side and "If so, call xxx-xxx-xxxx" on the other. The people named me Panther because I'm all black with gold eyes. I'm shorthaired, and between 8 months and a year old. I am not fixed, so if I truly am a stray or a dumped cat, that will be the first order of business (along with testing to make sure I'm free of any diseases).
If you are in the Hazel Dell/Walnut Grove area of Clark County, Washington, and know where I belong, please let the people know by commenting on this blog post. If you are local, please share this information via blog, Facebook, etc., to help me find my home. Thank you!