With new pups to distract bear this summer, his demands were quieted. Recently, he has ramped up the kitten whining once more. So there we were, driving home, when I spotted a small gray cat on the corner of our field, precariously close to the road. I stopped the veen and pointed the feline out to wes so he could appreciate the proximity and furry of the surprise sighting.
The moment I had the veen in park, bear somehow launched himself to the door and wrenched that thing open to catch a closer look at the cat. Well, this cat must have come from a family. Like a human family who frequently took kitty for rides in their vehicle. For instantly that gray little bundle hopped into the veen and made itself comfy. Purring loudly, it snuggled by bear as wes sat back down in his seat and buckled himself again saying, "we r taking him home I guess! "
I felt that I had no choice but to comply. Once the cat, kids, and I arrived home, I set some rules. No cats in the house. If an adorable takes kitty into the garage or porch , the child is assuming responsibility for any and all accidental poops. both babes agreed to my terms.
And theloving began.
I love this pic of bear because his face is so innocent, like huh, I don't know.... this kitten just wants to live here.
So, I am not a really huge animal lover? I maybe don't really keep track of which animals have food or water and which are going hungry. This is not a flagrant disregard as much as me just being so distracted feeding the humans among us that the animals are sometimes overlooked. We are all thankful Bradley is the farmer or chickens and pigs would suffer. So, when brad returned from deer camp this Sunday, he immediately observed that the new cat, named kitty power, looked awful. Once he mentioned that fact, I took note and sure enough, kitty power appears to be lacking in power. Woops.
One more Weston story completely unrelated: when out and about running errands, we saw a homeless man with a sign asking for a job and stating his hunger. We were heading to Wendy's anyway, so I purchased a few extra cheeseburgers and ran them over to this man. Bear questioned why I was giving that man our lunch and I gently explained that the stranger was sadly without a home or food to eat. My emotions were running quite high as the hormones continue to course through my body at record amounts. Bear was quiet on the ride home. As we pulled into the driveway, a good 30 minutes later, wes announces, "mom! Remember that old house the Indians used to live in at my school? Maybe that homeless man could live there and hunt for his food!" Aw, buddy. How precious that he was working on a solution and using what he knows to help that man. love that boy!