A Tale of Two Kittens: A Purry Tale Story

Feb Leonard
Feb Leonard

A Deviant, a Dreamer and a Dad

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Can’t think of a purrfect quote for
this post, so I’ll just purr here and there purr now.

I feel I’m not really
the right person to tell you this story but, somebody’s got to do it. Just thinking of the right title and quote was
really a struggle. Hehe. I tried to compose a few things from song lyrics like,
“Purrst love purrst love never dies. Remember”, to famous sayings,
“To purr or not to purr.” I even had a Rick Astley moment,
“Together purrever and never to purrt together purrever we two.”; ended up with nothing. Hehe. I’m not an authority when it comes to cats; that’s
the reason. I’m not a perfect person. There are many things I wish I
didn’t do, but I continue learning. I never meant to do those things to you.
And so I have to say before I go. That I just want you to know. Okay, let’s not
sing the rest of the song. If, you want to hear me sing then read till the end.
LOL. Also, the picture looks kinda lame, right? That’s because… it is
*grins*. The story will start in three, two and one…
 
It was a cold and foggy morning. You can hear several birds chirping; they were singing a beautiful melody. The trees seemed to wave their branches as if greeting you a very good morning. Indeed, it was a fine day except that I was just imaging that it was cold and foggy; it was actually a bright and very hot day. I
couldn’t believe that the day would be this hot, hotter than the drop-dead
gorgeous that I am. LOL. Other than listening to the natural melody the birds
created we also heard a faint cry from somewhere near. The cry sounded
familiar; It was a cry of hunger, a cry for help. It sounded like a cry of an
abandoned/lost kitten. Feeling chivalrous, we set out on a quest to rescue the
kitten. Actually, we needed a cat or two in the house. We then went outside and
tried to follow the cry, but it was gone. Only a pile of garbage can be seen;
waiting for the garbage collector to pick it up. We returned home and decided
to put our quest on hold, but we kept ourselves on the alert for the kitten’s
cry again.
 
It was already noon when we heard faint cries again, but it seemed a bit different from before. We immediately followed the sound. It seemed to be coming from
underneath the car. We checked underneath, and yes the cry indeed came
from underneath the car. It was no kitten though. My brother-in-law’s dog
gave birth to six beautiful puppies. It was good seeing those puppies, but
we were really looking forward to getting a cat. I was sure it was the sound of kittens crying and not really puppies, but since there were no kittens
to be found, we have to give up on our quest.
Night came, the temperature outside is a bit cooler now; it was a quiet and
peaceful night. Breaking the silence of the night we heard a crying sound
again. We just ignored it. The cries are getting louder and louder; it was
exactly the same sound we heard this morning. We went out and started searching
again. Lo and behold, the garbage is still there. The garbage
collector didn’t show up again! While staring blankly at the pile of
garbage, two kittens suddenly jumped from behind it. A kitten with orange
and white fur responded to my wife’s call and hurriedly run towards us, but the
one with white and black fur was very cautious. Looking at it closely, I
think this kitten knows Kung Fu. LOL.  It took me some time to grab the little fella. We gave
them food and space to sleep. The kids were really happy. Our first quest as a
family was a great success. We all lived happily ever after.
 
We cannot deny the fact these kittens
were thrown away; left to starve and to survive on their own. We will continue to
care for these kittens. We will give them the chance to live their lives; the
life that was almost taken away from them. If the people you look up to never cared and threw you away, there will always
be people willing to pick you up and care for you. God will always find
somebody right for you. If none is up to the task, God will be the one to lift
you up.
As promised earlier and if you’re still sticking around waiting for me to sing,
I will definitely give you goosebumps and the eargasm that you deserve. LOL.
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