“Traumatized” Cat

We woke up this morning and discovered Winston was locked in our tiny front porch all night.

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He wasn’t scratching to get out and seemed totally cool about it. We felt bad, anyway, and gave him some treats, and then he ran to the litter box. Five minutes later he curled up and went to sleep on a chair.

About Phillip

Phillip Cairns is a beekeeper in St. John’s, Newfoundland, who writes about beekeeping at mudsongs.org.

7 Replies to ““Traumatized” Cat”

  1. We woke up to two piles of runny dog shit in the living room, along with a couple large splotches of piss. On carpet. “Have fun cleaning up after YOUR dog”, the wife says. I need to by a gas mask for those occasions.

  2. Before we modified the storage room to a mud room, our cat was locked in there for a couple of days. She shat and pissed on the debris from the fire wood we stored in there. She was fine though.

    How is the dog making out Jody? Eating more then the 3 of you combined?

  3. He might looks sweet, but he’s not. He likes to hiss at, bite and scratch me on a regular basis. I don’t like him. He doesn’t like me. I’d be tempted to ship him to you right now, but Jenny likes him. To me he’s just a cat. My other cat, Nigel, is super cool and laid back and fun to be around, more like a dog.

  4. What you have is a high maintenance kitty brought on by the sheer beauty. I had a beautiful cat once with a similar problem, but it was beautiful and went with the furniture, so we put up with it :)

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