New Steven Wilson, I mean Mary's cat
insect.brain at GMAIL.COM
Wed Oct 19 13:31:23 EDT 2011
When we had the ducks and geese "going" in the middle of Dallas
"suburbia", which is basically totally insane, and I knew it was
insane at the time but looking back I wish my dad were alive for a
minute so I could ask him what he hell he was thinking.....
(pause for breath)
(geese firmly NOT recommended, they do love to chase you and try to bite you)
I brought home a small mallard duck from the local creek. tjhis guy
was a little "different", other than not being white and being so
gentle and quiet.
I could take him and "launch him into the air", and every single time
without fail he would fly a loop around the street we lived on and fly
right back into my arms.
When we had to get rid of the ducks and geese, the mallard went with
them, to some people the parents knew out in the country.
It wasn't a week when we heard they were all killed by wolves. I
always wondered if MAYBE the mallard got away, but I doubt it...he (or
she) only seemed to fly when I launched him (or her)
Just look at what Mary's done--- I think I have to go cry
On 10/19/11, mike coleman <insect.brain at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 10/19/11, mary ann sullivan <maryann.sullivan1 at verizon.net> wrote:
>> Hi John, and friends,
>> sorry, I'm way off topic here, but Kosh doesn't have diabetes. Was this
>> last message from the forum have received nothing since yesterday?
>> P.S. I don't usually listen to a lot of jazz.
> I wish my mother and father were alive to see Bun Bun. It is weird
> having an animal of this caliber. I find it strange, me having been so
> rebellious, and fighting all the "safe" pets we had (inclding friking
> ducks and geese in a plactic swimming pool in the middle of thr city)
> (eyeroll), and then here I am, with the champion of gentleness....
> I am so glad for you regarding Kosh. looks like one more way nature
> won't be taking him yet.
> My worst nightmare is allowing anyone near my cat, much less the vet.
> The day could come when I have to be rid of any HW that is valuable
> and say to them "this cat is my beating heart", fail to save him and I
> perish too.
> I will stay in a cage at the vet if needed and not let him out of sight.
> I did not bargain for this when I opened my heart to a cat. Man did
> "something" send it.
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