This Way To My Blog

This Way To My Blog

Thursday, November 10, 2011

Just One Little Oreo Cookie

The cat I wrote about that comes to our back door to eat and we named her Daisy finally showed her offspring. She only had one little black and white kitten. It's big enough to follow her everywhere now but can't figure out how it's Mama jumps up on the birdbath to drink. I think Daisy is going from door to door to get hand outs because she is fat. She kind of turns her nose up at dry cat food at our back door where she used to be glad to get it. I hope they don't get run-over by a car as they are crossing the street often. Little Oreo even got so brave today it crossed alone with Mama watching. Daisy is a very tame and loving cat but baby Oreo is as wild as a March Hare, however wild that is.

10 comments:

jack69 said...

Well, well, well another critter for you to admire and look for the good traits. You are good at that. So it is Oreo huh? I am sure it fits, you have a lot of experience at nameing critters from first impressions.
Still like the header picture of the Boss cow.

Hope the little Oreo does not get hit also.
Good story,
Jack & Sherry over here across the gulf!

john wingo said...

I, too, hope Oreo makes it. I've always wondered just how wild a March hare really was!! ;<)

Jon said...

Ironically, the cats in my yard also jump up onto the birdbath to drink. I always leave fresh water out for them, but for some weird reason they like the birdbath.

Kath said...

Love the kittens name Paula,very apt indeed.I too hope Oreo is safe crossing the road.You do love your critters as Jack calls them don't you ? Heeeee.Have a great day.Take Care God Bless Kath xx

Jill said...

Oreo sounds like the perfect name for the wee one. I hope they remain safe!

Lucy said...

I feel like you Paula with cats or dogs that roam. I am always afraid they will get hit by a car. My Alcoholic neighbor named his little fluff of a dog, Oreo. Cure name and cute dog but I know him and his brother who has one almost identical are giving beer. Their mom had a poodle, very old, and they used to throw their beer cans on the ground, and that dog qwould put it's paw on the top pf thee beer can so the little beer that was left would come out and she would lick it before it hit the ground.

DD said...

I love this story Paula. I hope Little Oreo makes it to be a Big Oreo.

TexWisGirl said...

so scary. so many of these 'families' out there...

Kathy said...

I like the new header on your blog. She's one sassy-looking cow!

Missy said...

I hope they don't get hit...

Missy