Why? Because even though there is no i.d. on this little one..no collar, no nothing. She obviously belongs to some home in the near neighborhood.
When mom stepped on out, the cat immediately head bonked mom's legs, wound in and out, made sweet little high pitched meows, purred. And broke mom's heart.
I am inside only and I am older now and never would tolerate a sibling. Remember how mom and I blogged quite a bit about how she had to keep the windows covered in opaque film so I wouldn't see the outside cats? For over a year? I screamed horribly and tore up blinds in all the rooms with windows facing the street.
Too, if momma went somewhere over the mountains and had started feeding this baby, she couldn't depend on a sitter. AND this loving youngster deserves laps, love and more love, more laps, beddies, toys..everything.
Mom will ask a few neighbors if they know this young love...and who she belongs to. Maybe she can make friends with the people. She will pay for a chip for the cat if her persons will do it...collar and tag. Whatever she needs.
|starting to reach for mom|
|Making precious little sounds|
|I need love.|