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I own no land, instead I have wheelestate. I’ve been a full time RVer since 1997. Working summers as a Park Ranger takes me to many beautiful places and playing during the winter takes me to many more. This blog is simply the story of my life's adventures.

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Sunday, November 22, 2009

Another Visitor

Berta and I were getting ready to go to Prescott today to shop at the fleamarket, Costco and maybe a yard sale or two along the way. In fact we spent over an hour at the first yard sale and had to repack the car twice and then leave a small table behind that just wouldn’t fit. But I’m getting ahead of myself.

As we were getting ready to leave we both heard a very loud, distinctive and repeated MEOW. Now Berta has a beautiful all white at least 10 year old cat named Mama that only spends a little time outside and never when Berta’s away from home. Actually Mama spends most of her time sleeping on one of three heating pads or lounging in the sun on a window sill. So Berta followed the MEOW to make sure Mama got back in the house. Only it wasn’t Mama.

This tame little kitty couldn’t be more than two months old and still tries to suckle. However it knew what cat food was and when Berta put food down it was scarfed right up. Also found a convenient cat pan and jumped right in to do its duty.

Well we left it outside with food and water and after our shopping spree came home to hear it again, MEOW. Sure enough it had figured out how to get into the garage. It really has to be someone’s pet as it’s so affectionate. Also very vocal with a diesel purr.

Sleeping on my lap
So tomorrow we’ll check around the neighborhood and post a sign at the post office to try to reunite this adorable bundle of fur with its human slave. But in the meantime I have a visitor. Note, again, I said Visitor.
What do think of “Latte”?

23 comments:

Evelyn Howard said...

Latte is cute, a perfect name! A beautiful cat - if no one claims to be owner, would be adopt this cutie?

tainterturtles said...

Latte is going to be a beautiful cat when she is full grown. She looks like an Angora. Maybe your visitor is there for a reason!

Latte is a fitting name.

Natural Moments said...

It looks like a Latte Gaelyn.

You feed it, you own it, or rather, it owns you. Have fun with your guest. We are all visitors and we all live here, no matter where we are.

The Giraffe Head Tree said...

I think Latte's a keeper, meself. I adore orange marmalade cats! Latte is divine. Please give him a kiss on his head from his Aunt Debi. I can't have cats (Baylee would eat them) so I live a vicarious cat-lover life online. Latte! What a cutie!

Brit Gal Sarah said...

Latte is lovely and what a cutie, and she landed firmly on her paws!

Stine in Ontario said...

HAHAHAHA1 I'm thinking Latte sounds great. Does your visitor like it? LOL

dowhatyoulove said...

Well.... I think you have a kitty. And it looks quite comfortable in its new setting. Someone will just have to babysit while you are in Africa. =)

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

This is a cutie alright. If it was so hungry it must have been on its own for a long time. I hope it finds and owner.

Carolyn said...

Gaelyn, we never find our animal friends....they always find us, they just let us think we have found them! Latte is such a cutie and I also believe a keeper! Seems to me the own has been found.
Big Smiles!

Small City Scenes said...

You don't name 'visitors' or do you? a delightful story waiting to hear more.

'A ticket to ride' isn't it funny how a word or sentence can be and/or is already a song--or is it the other way around. MB

Arija said...

Now what happens if? Would you be able to resist?
It is suh a little cutie.
I don't know what your laws are regarding cats and dogs in Nat. Pks., here they are persona non grata.

A human kind of human said...

Have to agree with Carolyn. Latte has found its owner already. Wish you both many happy moments together.

jeannette stgermain said...

You must exude the neighborhood mom of critters, Gaelyn:) Who comes tomorrow?

Bibi said...

Latte looks beautiful, and the name fits....so, why don't you travel with kitty? :)

Esther Garvi said...

I think Latte is a great name for this beautiful "visitor"!

RuthieJ said...

Handsome, well-mannered and affectionate? A girl could do a lot worse Gaelyn!
;-)

Gypsy Girl said...

Absolutely Beautiful...how blessed you are!

Jazz said...

I think Latte has decided you're its slave.

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Gaelyn: What a cute little kitty, may be a new addition.

Susan said...

Beautfiul kitten! I couldn't say no to that lovely face!

Susan said...

Beautfiul kitten! I couldn't say no to that lovely face!

Sally in WA said...

Latte is a great name for YOUR new adorable furball. :)

Janie said...

Latte's a great name. If no human slave turns up, I think you might take on that role.

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