Your Friendly Neighborhood S***poster
- Feb 11, 2012
- Right Behind You
- Trash Can
So today when I was taking a walk, I spotted two cats outside. I had seen them before, but they hadn't really let me get a good look at them. The first one I saw today was a black one that looked like it was wearing a Tuxedo, and I tried to walk up to it, but it kept running away. The other one I saw later and it was white and had a pattern on it's back (It may have been a calico, I don't remember. And in that case, it would probably be a female.) They both ran behind a house, though. Later, I was outside again and I heard a cat meowing, and it really scared me people it was the kind of meowing that strikes you in your soul and makes you really sad, the kind when a cat is scared or hurt. I went inside because I couldn't find the cat, but I was still worried. Just a little bit ago I went back outside, and I spotted the white cat in front of a house. It is a really loud cat, meowing almost constantly, and it made me feel better because the sad meowing earlier was probably just this cats really weird meow. Like, this cat had a really weird meow. Anyway, I got it's attention and held it long enough to walk up to it. At first I thought it was going to start hissing at me because it took what looked like a defensive stance, but to my surprise it let me pet it. I realized that this cat is just really weird in general. I assume it's a rescue cat, because it didn't have a tail (And it wasn't born that way, because on the stump it had left there was a scab.), however it looked very clean and well fed. Pretty much, it is super hyper. I held out my hand and it jumped up to bat it with it head, instead of sniffing it, or stretching out to rub against it like most cats do. It started running around in circles and rolling over and jumping up and down, and so I nicknamed it "Jumper". It ran over to the walkway in between the sets of apartments, and a followed it. I then spotted the tuxedo cat over at the side. I tried to walk up to it, but it climbed under a fence. It sat just on the other side of the fence, instead of running away. Jumper walked up to the fence and started meowing, and while I couldn't see it, I assumed the Tuxedo cat was pretty scared. I went inside to get some roast beef off of the sandwich I was eating, and they were still in the same position when I came back out, but neither of them would eat it. So pretty much, I'm thinking about those cats.