Get used to this face . . .


So I saw this little cat outside my apartment when I left for work yesterday. She was so friendly and meowing and I couldn’t stay. But I wanted to.

Then T- and I saw her when we came back with groceries. And we had a very serious discussion about the rules. That once she came inside it was all inside from here, but we have love, and toys, and warmth, and water and noms, and petting and we will be very good to her.

We left the door open, she came inside, took several laps around the apartment and then settled down. She hasn’t been anywhere near the door since. So now we have a new kitty meow face in our lives. We are about to go to the vet to make sure she is healthy. We kept saying we aren’t going to get attached till we know she will be healthy. But we both know it’s not true.

So get used to this face . . . IMG_4136

Because she is probably going to be the subject of quite a few blog posts.

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2 thoughts on “Get used to this face . . .

  1. “That once she came inside it was all inside from here, but we have love, and toys, and warmth, and water and noms, and petting and we will be very good to her.” Loved that line..what a beautiful cat!!

    • Thank you so much! Her paws are opposite of her face, her right front paw is black and her left front paw is ginger, and her back paws are opposite of that. So what else could we name her but Harleen Quinzel, aka Harley Quinn! She got a clean bill of health from the vet and now we are three.

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