My wife and I were on the catio with the cats yesterday afternoon when we heard the sound of a cat crying. I saw that there was a kitten in a tree next door so Rose started talking to the kitten. Upon hearing her voice, the kitten decided get down from the tree and come visit us.
Unlike the last two visits from cats, this one was not tolerated very well by Frankie.
I had to get up and stop Frankie from tearing at the screens because I was worried he might get through and attack the kitten. I guessed this kitten was a male because of Frankie’s attitude compared to the last two cats.
Frankie did settle down a little bit when he knew I didn’t like what he was doing. There was a little hissing and growling but I have heard much worse. Perhaps because he was a kitten he wasn’t much of a threat.
He was indeed a male because the neighbor came out and we talked to her about him. Rose asked if that was her cat and she said “It looks like he will be.” She had already given him a name like Sugar Plum or something with sugar in it. She was calling his name trying to get him to come back to her side of the yard because she didn’t want him to annoy our cats. Like a typical cat he didn’t pay much attention to her but he did eventually listen and went through the hole in the fence back to his side.
It was very good to know that at least one of the stray cats around here is going to have a home.
Oh good…..especially considering there are a lot of strays around there. He looks small and as curious as your boys were about seeing another cat!
Yes, he was very curious. I’m glad he will have a home.
Did you ask her if she plans on neutering him?
That never came up. I would hope so.
we hope the kitty can stay with this neighbor… yes, at least one ;O)
One is better than none.
‘Sugar Plum’ hissing and growling…that sounds funny but so cute.
He would be a cute kitty even if his name was Cujo.
We’re glad the neighbor is taking care of him.
I was glad to hear that too.
It is a wee cutie, I’m glad it does have a place.
We are happy about that.
Cute kitten interloper. Very happy he will be getting a home! XOCK, angel Lily Olivia, angel Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, angel Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth, Calista Jo, Cooper Murphy, Sawyer & Kizmet
It’s good there are cat people around here.
It is good to know he has a home but we wish he was an insider. It maybe be a slow process of education
Maybe they will let him inside.
Such a tiny kitty. We are happy he will have a safe home and a sweet name.
Love and licks,
Yes, so are we.
wee small dood….we iz glad ewe DUE haz a place ta call home…..may bee next time ewe stop over; ewe shuld vizit with floki !!! 😉 ♥♥
Let’s hope they can become friends
I’m glad to hear the neighbor plans to keep this kitten. Hopefully she’ll keep him inside too.
I hope so too.
Glad that cat will have a home, but wish it was indoor only.
If it is inside and outside that is better than always outside, especially if the cat has the choice.
We have Franklin who looks very much like your Frankie! sweet!
Almost the same name too.
Nice to see Frankie protecting you. 🙂
Yes, from that bad ol’ kitten. 🙂
I’m glad this baby has a home… I hope your neighbor neuters him when it’s time. That might lessen Frankie’s animosity. Or not! Who knows? At least it’d make for less new cats.
She seems pretty resposible.
He doesn’t look like a Sugar Plum!
I don’t even know what one looks like.