October 28th 2009 9:39 pm
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Today was the Worst Day Of My Life.
This morning it was rainy, and I was looking for a dry spot to hang out. One of the other kitties showed me a place to hide, near where I've been finding a lot of my food lately, and I followed the kitty. But then the SHE with the big voice closed off the way I got in. I was dry and warm, and SHE gave me lots of food and a box full of sand, but I couldn't leave! I decided if I had to be stuck there, I may as well make myself invisible until I could figure out an escape route, so I got under a big cave thing and watched.
Then I heard my other, first SHE - the one I sometimes still go to visit and she gives me yummy soup, but I don't see HER every day as I used to. SHE came into my dry warm place, carrying a plastic box, along with the SHE with the big voice. They both said my name a lot.
I know I don't like boxes when SHES are near them! So I stayed in my cave thing and watched.
The big-voice SHE knelt down to talk to me, and started patting my back and scritching in circles. I growled and hissed at her, but she kept right on talking to me. And the next thing I knew, I was squirming hard, but SHE stuck me in the box and my first SHE closed it! And then I was swinging back and forth, and hearing roary noises, and hating it all.
Now I'm in another dry warm place, with a can of food. It's dark here, like a cave, and that's nice. But I'm stuck in the box and I can't get out.
My first SHE was around for awhile - SHE even tried to get me out of my box, but I wasn't having any of that. But I haven't heard her voice in a long time. And there are lots of other cats around me - I can smell them!
What am I going to do? I need help! I hope somekitty can rescue me!
(His first SHE speaks: Fizzgig is at Forgotten Cats tonight. He will be neutered, tested, and given his shots tomorrow, and I will relocate him from our old house (now being put up for sale) to our new, larger back yard where there is much less car traffic for him to contend with. I am so thrilled to finally have caught him, with help from my lovely former neighbor - the big-voice SHE!
Fizzy needs lots of Catster purrs for his FIV and FELV tests to come back negative, for his surgery to go well, and for a smooth transition to his new home.)
You're going to be alright Fizzy. The SHES are just trying to help you. You will be free again and safer soon!