A light is always shining from the windows, of the old farm home. And the stars in the sky, are pointing in the direction of my home. One by one the Puddy Kats have come. One by one, they eat until their tummys are full. One by one they decided to stay. One by one they have said these words...... "I am home now" This is my brother Hank. Hank the Hankster. Doesn't his face look like a cougar? Hank came as a tiny baby, dumped in the woods to fend for himself. Some bad irresponsible people did that to little Hank. Hank would hide in the stickerey blackberrys bushes. He hid in bunny rabbit holes. He huddled in the pouring rain. He wanted to trust us, but he just couldn't. He was afriad. As time ticked on, and the days turned into weeks,... one day a miracle happened. Hank let us touch him. Hank let us hold him. Hank let us scratch his ears and tummy. One day he purrrred. It took time. Sometimes we just need a litte time to adjust. Now Hank calls this "home." This is Callie. Callie Coo is what we call her. Callie was old as the oldest trees in the forest. Someone dumped her out in the pouring rain. Another irresponsible person dumped Callie. For days, Callie was trying to make decisions. Decisions to trust. She was very hungry. Should she take the chance? How hungry was she? She must decide. And one day, Callie made the decision. She wanted scratchys behind the ears and she wanted food. But, what did she want most? Did she want to be petted or should she eat first? My mama's hands persuaded her, that she wanted the scratchys. Mama's hand are gentle, who could resist? Callie had to go to the doctor, and then she got nasty medicines. Medicines to make her well. Callie was still old, but she is well. Callie and Hank are best friends. Callie and Hank sleep together in a little box, a little box that looks like a hen box, where chickens sleep. This is Lulu. We call her Little Lulu. One night in the darkest of night someone dropped Lulu out on the road. The stars led Lulu to my home. Oh,,, so hungry she was. We made friends and then Lulu had to go to the doctor to get an operation and shots. She wasn't too happy . She growwwwled.
Lulu has feline leukemia. Lulu has been to the doctor many times, but she is fine. Sometimes she has to go to the hospital, and stay until she gets better. She always gets better. Lulu is very loving and she likes to sit next to me on moms lap. Lulu sleeps in a nice bed on top of the freezer in our laundry room. She feels like a queen. In the morning when I go outside for my morning trip to visit mother nature, Lulu grabs my legs, and trys to chase me. This is Burt. Burts Bee's is his name. Burt came to us a frightened teenager. His ears were chewed up. We made friends, and yes, he call this old house "home". Sometimes Burt thinks he rules the roost and trys to boss the other Kats. Burt also got an operation and shots.
Burt does not have a tail. I don't know where the tail is. I looked and looked. I cannot find his tail, but it's all good. Burt does not need a tail. Burt follows me everywhere and trys to get me into trouble. But and me,,,, well, we take walks in the forest together. Sometimes Burt trys to get me to cross the creek. But, I have not done that yet. Sometimes he wants me to climb the tree. I tried, but I am not a good tree climber. At night Burt crawls up onto the roof top. He looks in the bedroom windows, and he yeowls. Then mom hurrys outside to bring him in,,,,, then I can sleep. Burt calls this "home" The little house on the hill is where they come one by one.
It makes me very sad that someone is heartless and dumps these kitties. Sometime the bad people drop dogs too. It's not right for any animal to be dumped and have their hearts broken. I helped make these Kats happy. And tonight when I go to sleep , I will listen to them purrrrrrrrr They purrrrr the words "I am home now" Nitey Nite my friends love tweedles
Hi! I used to be three, but now I am six years old! I am a happy puggy.
I live in the forest, and I talk to the trees.
My wish for all the other little animals in the world- is that they have a "forever home", just like me.
I love being loved- and I wish it for you!