Friday, January 25, 2008

Good-bye Little Noname

Icy liked the cat we called Little Noname. I tried to get a picture of them when they would put their noses together and lick each other, but just wasn't quick enough. But Little Noname wanted to go out and find that tom-cat and start a family of her own. She would meow long and loud all night, so we let her out. She ran off and we haven't seen her since. So, I guess that's good-bye. Someone else must have taken her in, and they will have to worry about kittens.

7 comments:

tsduff said...

Catterwauling is no fun to listen to, but I'm sad she ran away. She will probably come back to let Auntie Icy and Uncle Tommyboy take care of the young'uns.

actonbell said...

I hope she's somewhere safe. Icy will miss her, though. Maybe she'll wonder back someday for a visit.

Doug said...

She'll be missed around here but away is a great place to have kittens.

ariel said...

Ah love...

Geez, Terry, did you mean to comfort or threat? ;-)

tsduff said...

Ha ha Ariel - its all in the heart of the beholder, isn't it?

Lily Strange said...

Oh that sucks. I hope she finds someone kind to take her in. These wild ones do tend to run away. Three of my four cats are completely indoor cat. I have one who gets out so I gave up on trying to stop her. But we live in a quiet area and she stays close by. She does like to go out and get in fights with the big male cats though. The bad thing about that is she got an abcess on her face a few years back. It cost more than $300 to have it removed. Now her right eye constantly drips a bit because the abcess had affected the tear duct. That's why I prefer they don't go outside. Too expensive!

Jamie Dawn said...

Nature was calling, and Noname answered.