Ever since I began blogging, people have told me that really interesting things happen in my life. I have always thought my life was pretty ordinary . . just like everyone else’s life. I may have just changed my mind.
A week or so ago, Chad said “Mom, did you let Speck use the bathroom in the garage?” NO! He swore to me that an animal had used the bathroom in the garage. He had cleaned it up so I didn’t see it.
We had a huge rain earlier this week. We have a Rubbermaid box full of peat moss in the chicken run for them to dust themselves. It had gotten water in it and had no drain holes so Vince took it out. I suggested we not leave the box out because a cat might use it as a litter box. He brought the box in and stuck it under the Highlander. It never gets used so storing things under it is a great idea! 🙁
Yesterday I noticed that it looked like something had pooped in the chickens’ dusting box! No way . . it’s been in the garage. Those chickens must’ve pooped in their own dusting box and I didn’t notice it before. Chickens are like that, you know!
Chad came in this morning and said “Mom, we have a cat!” NO! It’s been living in the garage for who knows how long.
Chad managed to capture him and we have him in the little crate that we use for Speck when we travel. Guess we’ll toss it and get Speck a new one. We’ve given him food and water. He definitely isn’t friendly, though he isn’t trying to kill us.
I do not want a cat. After all, he’s already dumped Dr. Pepper in my keyboard and my camera! 🙂
Seriously, what am I going to do with him? I know what animal control will do with him and that’s not an option. Chickens and cats don’t usually work out so well . . even if I did want a cat . . which I do not. Chad has named him “Mr. Kitty” . . he is not staying!