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Adventure Kitty

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Imrlgoddess

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Someone had a big adventure this week!  

We've been trying to get our house sold and some of the feedback mentioned the urine smell from the cats.  So the last two showings I put the Princess outside and took Thor to our office complex along with his litter box.  The first day I had my grandkitty Rowena and he.  One of our buildings has a series of classrooms with an office inside an office, so double doors plus the main entrance doors.  When I put he and Roweenie kitty they stayed in the office with just the door pulled shut.  He got down between a pair of desks and stayed there till it was time to leave.  Well the second time I guess I didn't pull the door shut well enough and Mr. Thor the Wanderer needed to go exploring.  

We called and searched inside and took turns sitting in the back classrooms (storage space these days) and just listened for his bell or him to move something.  There was a pretty nasty thunderstorm so I know his nerves were bad, I understand him hiding out.  7 hours ya'll.  He didn't make a peep and I started to get freaked out that he'd somehow slipped out the main doors.  My husband toured the grounds and called and called.  He came home and got his food bowl and shook it in around.   Nothing.  So we called the alarm company and asked how high the motion sensors were set and told them about the rogue kitty.  

I cried till I was sore.  I was so scared that he wasn't in the building.  He managed to set the alarm off twice in the early morning hours so that made me 100% better.  I got up this morning & went to the office and called him and then just sat for a while.  It was a few minutes later he comes sneaking out of the most packed room in the back.  He had some random cobwebs stuck to his whiskers and he was a little freaked but he came right to me and let me pick him up.  He's home safe and sound but now I know....if he has to go back for a visit, SHUT BOTH DOORS! 

Thank you, thank  you for every prayer, every candle, every good thought.  

OH! also we have a new addition to the family, meet Mina.  I rescued her from our local pound about a month ago, she's somewhere between 2 & 3 years old and I believe she's a Kelpie or a mix of Kelpie and Terrier.  She's really great and loves the new farm land we bought. Thor was not amused but he's warming up to her. 

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feministxtian

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Please tell Thor that he needs to totally apologize for stressing his world-wide family of followers the fuck out. I worried myself stupid over him last night, including growling at my 2 that if they EVER thought of sneaking out I'd turn them into mukluks in a minute. 

My two like to hide when they're stressed out (or in Leia's case, some stranger comes in the house) and they freak me out when they do it...can't even entice them out with treats when they get that way. 

SOOOOO thankful that Thor is safe, sound, home and hopefully behaving (yeah, I know). Scared me shitless that my favorite little black panther had gotten out and was on the town. 

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AliceInFundyland

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I’m so glad he’s safe. Not having pets I really love all of yours from afar...especially the ones we’ve known since babies.

Rowena is damn precious. In addition to the mug she has cute toes. I’ve noticed the markings in the last few pics.

And welcome Mina! She looks like a lively addition. Fab ears!

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