I have a cat.
Well, it’s actually not my cat.. yet. (My cat now, yeah!) Molly is my host’s cat. When I first saw her, I was not too interested. I am not a cat person, more of a dog person.
Then months later, I found her in awful health. She wasn’t treated right since the owner left her to his worker and they don’t know anything bout cat. She was bald here and there, with scabies and etc. They put her in a cage that was too small for her. At night, she was put in the dark kitchen, still in her cage.
I wasn’t happy to see it, even though she wasn’t my cat. I asked the owner if Molly can stay with me in my room. I would take care of her. He said ok.
Then I became a cat lover 😀 Well.. maybe Molly lover.
Molly is so playful. Of course, she is a cat. She has the elegance and know how to manipulate you with her sound and look. Again, of course, she is a cat.
But she rarely says anything, even a meow sound is expensive. And when she does, it is in a small frequency – soft pitch. At first I thought she has problem with her voice. But searching in internet, some says it is normal stuff. So it’s normal 🙂 I do quite a lot of learning about cat. If you have a pet, do your homework.
I post some of her pics here.
Molly always be there for me in a way that I cannot explain. Yes, cat is an egoist b**** (not quite right, it’s not a dog). They don’t have that quick loyalty show off like dogs. But once a cat starts to trust and love you, it’s something.
When I got home and she welcomes me in the soft – elegance steps, it wipes my burden away for the day and brings back my smile. It is worth all the ‘hard work’ I have to serve her 🙂
I am in the process of asking.. ehm.. acquiring her. Hope everything will be okay. Will update later.
Update: I got her 🙂