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July 22, 2014

Morning with Moo Cat

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I don’t know what it is about a happy, purring cat that I find so reassuring. Its like “om” or something the way they purr. Like they’re emitting a vibration that balances the universe.

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A buncha’ pictures of a feral cat for no particular reason.

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Thats the look Moo Cat gives me after she’s been fed. Like she’s saying: “Yeah. Thats the way to do it! Keep up the good work.”

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Moo Cat showed up at my campsite at the crack of dawn. The first thing she always does is meow at me a couple times. This little croaking sound she makes. I think its her way of saying: “Hey! Its me. Are you happy to see me?” She’s usually a little tentative and wary when she approaches me…And I think its also to alert me: “Hey! I’m walking here. Don’t step on me, you klutz.” She knows I’m usually a little damaged when I wake up in the morning. …. And I suspect humans do look a little klutzy to cats, especially in the woods. Cats have excellent night vision while I’m staggering around blindly. And they’re graceful and agile in the hilly terrain while I can barely walk two feet. . . . But they’re always impressed at how adept I am with a can-opener. Especially at feeding time.

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I always wonder when the cats do that close-their-eyes thing if its like they’re meditating. They’re shutting out the world and looking inwards, plugging into that inner hum of the universe…. . . Or maybe they’re just sitting there thinking: “Man, my tummy is full. This is great!”

 
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Moo Cat loves cheese. If I put out 4 different kinds of food, she always goes for the cheese first. I have no idea what you’re suppose to feed cats. So I let the cats decide. If they really like certain foods, thats what I feed them. They probably know whats best. Today I gave her a big chunk of cheddar cheese. Later, when I wasn’t looking, she snuck into my pack and pulled out the cheese. I do the basic wet and dry catfood bit. But I also feed them plenty of human fo…od. Tunafish, chunk chicken, hot dogs. Especially when I was working the recycling job I would find tons of primo leftover restaurant food. I figured it was probably a good idea to expose their taste buds to a wide variety of foods in case they ever had to resort to dumpster-diving…..I’m told you shouldn’t give cats bread. Not because they can’t digest it. But because they dont brush their teeth and its bad for their teeth.

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Thats the look Moo Cat gives me after she’s been fed. Like she’s saying: “Yeah. Thats the way to do it! Keep up the good work.”

Photo: I always wonder when the cats do that close-their-eyes thing if its like they're meditating. They're shutting out the world and looking inwards, plugging into that inner hum of the universe.... . . Or maybe they're just sitting there thinking: "Man, my tummy is full. This is great!"

 

 

Photo: Moo Cat showed up at my campsite at the crack of dawn. The first thing she always does is meow at me a couple times. This little croaking sound she makes. I think its her way of saying: "Hey! Its me. Are you happy to see me?" She's usually a little tentative and wary when she approaches me...And I think its also to alert me: "Hey! I'm walking here. Don't step on me, you klutz." She knows I'm usually a little damaged when I wake up in the morning. ....</p><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><p>And I suspect humans do look a little klutzy to cats, especially in the woods. Cats have excellent night vision while I'm staggering around blindly. And they're graceful and agile in the hilly terrain while I can barely walk two feet. . . . But they're always impressed at how adept I am with a can-opener. Especially at feeding time.

Photo: Moo Cat loves cheese. If I put out 4 different kinds of food, she always goes for the cheese first. I have no idea what you're suppose to feed cats. So I let the cats decide. If they really like certain foods, thats what I feed them. They probably know whats best. Today I gave her a big chunk of cheddar cheese. Later, when I wasn't looking, she snuck into my pack and pulled out the cheese.</p><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><p> I do the basic wet and dry catfood bit. But I also feed them plenty of human food. Tunafish, chunk chicken, hot dogs. Especially when I was working the recycling job I would find tons of primo leftover restaurant food. I figured it was probably a good idea to expose their taste buds to a wide variety of foods in case they ever had to resort to dumpster-diving.....I'm told you shouldn't give cats bread. Not because they can't digest it. But because they dont brush their teeth and its bad for their teeth.

 
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