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2020-11-30 5:14:37 PM  
Cats know their humans as soon as they seem them. Even if they have to chase them down.
 
2020-11-30 6:21:24 PM  

Winterlight: Cats know their humans as soon as they seem them. Even if they have to chase them down.


This is the truthiest thing I've read today.
 
2020-11-30 6:50:26 PM  
 
2020-11-30 7:01:34 PM  
Katy was maybe 5 weeks old when she came stumbling across the grass towards my GF meowing crazily.

She hasn't changed.

This is her a week later.

Rascal and Katy kitten playing
Youtube kcqgtBw0QTI
 
2020-11-30 9:06:16 PM  
Their Youtube channel, if anyone is interested:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1oH​b​5i_2GsyefbSPjW-SMQ
 
2020-11-30 10:47:43 PM  

libranoelrose: Katy was maybe 5 weeks old when she came stumbling across the grass towards my GF meowing crazily.

She hasn't changed.

This is her a week later.

[Youtube-video https://www.youtube.com/embed/kcqgtBw0​QTI]


During the first months of the lockdown I had a duck follow me home. Could not let him or her in that night because I have no idea how to care for ducks, but I did leave lots of food and water. Strangest thing- one of the busiest roads in the city but in those days it was just me going to the one store that was open. And this duck. Not a soul around. Creepy. Not because it was a duck, but bc it was just the two of us,

So then I'm lying awake and wondering why a lone duck is strutting around the Superdome (the football stadium in downtown New Orleans where I also roll) while there is sooooo much water around here to be had? The virus didn't condemn ducks from their regular rounds of swimming in parks or even our sub-tropical weather making parks out of the streets. Why me, duck? Don't get me wrong, it was flattering, but why me, a human?

I dunno, but this duck and I hung out for about for about two weeks before he or she took off. Perhaps an actual duck call.
 
2020-11-30 11:42:33 PM  

dickfreckle: libranoelrose: Katy was maybe 5 weeks old when she came stumbling across the grass towards my GF meowing crazily.

She hasn't changed.

This is her a week later.

[Youtube-video https://www.youtube.com/embed/kcqgtBw0​QTI]

During the first months of the lockdown I had a duck follow me home. Could not let him or her in that night because I have no idea how to care for ducks, but I did leave lots of food and water. Strangest thing- one of the busiest roads in the city but in those days it was just me going to the one store that was open. And this duck. Not a soul around. Creepy. Not because it was a duck, but bc it was just the two of us,

So then I'm lying awake and wondering why a lone duck is strutting around the Superdome (the football stadium in downtown New Orleans where I also roll) while there is sooooo much water around here to be had? The virus didn't condemn ducks from their regular rounds of swimming in parks or even our sub-tropical weather making parks out of the streets. Why me, duck? Don't get me wrong, it was flattering, but why me, a human?

I dunno, but this duck and I hung out for about for about two weeks before he or she took off. Perhaps an actual duck call.


Did he ever quack at you like "Shave your beard!"

Maybe that was why she left.
 
2020-12-01 12:17:48 AM  

libranoelrose: Did he ever quack at you like "Shave your beard!"

Maybe that was why she left.


Hey! how do know about my virus beard? It looks terrible. It's grown too much because who cares right now. :)

/mask covers most of it
//ok, some of it, I I'm getting into Brawny Paper Towels territory bc even in this town I don't see too many folks and have given up grooming
 
2020-12-01 4:20:38 AM  

dickfreckle: Hey! how do know about my virus beard? It looks terrible. It's grown too much because who cares right now. :)


Same boat here. As long as masks are necessary, I'll keep the face fur. And my cats don't seem to mind. In fact, the youngest one likes to lick it from time to time. Usually when she feels it's time for me to wake up and feed her.
 
2020-12-01 12:36:40 PM  

libranoelrose: Did he ever quack at you like "Shave your beard!"

Maybe that was why she left.


Woosh, I missed the boat and talked about my actual beard,
 
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