Acid Heroes

April 3, 2016

Scaredy Cat and Moo Cat

Filed under: Backwords from Ace — Ace Backwords @ 9:08 pm
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Scaredy Cat, completely at home in her world.

This morning I noticed that Scaredy Cat was getting a little, uh, rotund.  She’s either been eating VERY well.  Or she’s preggo.  Sheesh.  How do I get into this stuff.  Well, there’s been so many calamities and traumas at my campsite lately that I haven’t gotten around to contacting FixOurFerals.  And now it might be too late.  Oh well.

Scaredy Cat has gotten incredibly attached to me lately.  A lot of the feral cats have gotten attached to me over the years (daily feedings will do that).  But nothing like with Scaredy Cat.  Every night she’s waiting for me at my campsite.  Then she sleeps with me all night long.  Then she hangs out with me at my campsite right up until the very moment when I finally leave.  All the other feral cats, they’ll usually linger around my campsite for awhile after eating. But then they take off.  Not Scaredy Cat.  She’s more like a loyal little puppy than the typically aloof cat.  She’s by my side the entire time I’m at my campsite.

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The ever-disgruntled Moo Cat.

This doesn’t always sit well with Moo Cat.  Who can be very possessive about my attention. It’s funny.  Moo Cat and Scaredy Cat are always vying for the prime sleeping spot at the top of my chest. But if Scaredy Cat beats her to the spot, Moo Cats will lie alongside me. Grumbling loudly the whole time. Ha ha. Cats.
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