Snowball came to live with us because her original home wasn't populated by people who were willing to stop the bale loader to keep it from eating a nosy little kitten. She is convinced it is a roller coaster.
Yay you're back! We used to have a load of stray cats hanging around our farm cos my dad put extra milk from the parlour out for them.
My husband just shakes his head at me because I feed mine. What? There aren't that many damn mice on the place!
How menny animals do you have?
We live on significant acreage out in the middle of nowhere, so I have a bunch of em. 3 dogs, 120 cows, 10 indoor cats and 27 barn cats. And counting.
holy f**k.... can i move in to you? o_O' please?
It's kind of Nirvana for me. My brother and sister were allergic to cats when we were kids, so I could never have one. My husband tells people I'm trying to make up for that now. And he is not entirely wrong. Although mostly, we have plenty of room and my best friend works at the cop shop, which is where all the abandoned animals go, so if there's a healthy cat who still has their claws that is going to be euthanized, she brings it out to us instead. When my husband and I got married, he didn't have any cats, and he only had one dog, which is a dog I gave him. I brought my 3 dogs and my indoor cat with me, and have been adding to the family pretty steadily ever since.
awsome! so cool, just thought how it was when you two were daiting, "oh hi dere (name of your boyfrien) so you showd up in my house, haha.. well *10 cats scriming in the background* haha... this is awcward...." x) my brain is wierd
I actually lived in the city, so only had one cat. And the hubs had none. All of the cats who live inside with us now are barn cats who got in trouble and had to be brought inside to save them.