A Universe Trapped in a Labyrinth

This is my boring and interesting and teenager life spanning from age 15 to 18 (May 2015-August 2018)
Within you'll find many re-inventions of myself, boy trouble, school trouble and life trouble. (Plus interesting bits I thought I would include as well).
Do you dare to enter the maze?

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152. The Tale of a Cat

 

22/02/18, 11:23, 

So behind my back garden there is a small strip of woods before we get to a main motorway and that means a lot of different animals. Of course my family is a clan of animal lovers and so we feed them where we can. We have different species of birds and squirrels and foxes. It started out with feeding the birds and then the fox started to creep in and take that food so we starting feeding that as well. It turned out there was a family of foxes and that also attracted a cat. 

The cat is the focus of this entry. It started out by trying to eat the birds, perching on the fence to try and pop its head up when a bird came its way. 

My mum has a mild phobia of cats and she prefers birds over cats so does pretty much anything to get rid of it from the birds. That includes knocking on the window and facing her fear to prance across the garden in an attempt to get it away. 

The cat has developed somewhat of a conscience and has come up with more ways to elude my mum. That includes poking its head up from the narrow strip at the bottom of the fence, squeezing through in a way that's near impossible. It jumps from trees and bushes and hides under the wheelbarrow all in an attempt to get these birds. 

It likes my dad, and he's the only one that can go near the cat, not pet it because the cat won't allow that, but go near it certainly. When ever any one else tries the cat scampers and then comes back to the garden minutes later. 

We think it's a stray because all of our neighbours cats are accounted for. 

Even so it looks quite happy and healthy, not skinny and certainly passionate with the way it meows at the birds when it fails at catching them. The cat is certainly terrible at catching birds but eats well regardless because cats are resilient. 

That's said even if I'm more of a dog person (corgis for the win!)

K. 

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