Monday, May 14, 2012

Cats on Tuesday ~ Buster's Life Lesson #2


Hello friends, Buster here.
I already shared with you my first life lesson I learned when first came to live with Mom and two brothers, and that is "if you ever lose your way, watch for open door and make new life." You can read about that HERE. Now I am ready to share life lesson number two, but first I have story to tell you.


TRUE STORY OF ME - BUSTER

After I live with Mom and Rudy and Sam for about 4 years, something bad happen to me. Mom let me go outside to sleep on patio swing one day. Only, this day I decide to go exploring. Before I know it, I lose my way again and don't know where the heck I am. I walk up and down sidewalks looking for my house, but I don't see it. I don't see Mom. I don't see Rudy or Sam. I start to panic and feel like I going to throw up a hairball! Pretty soon, someone pick me up. I relax, thinking, "oh, this person going to take me home to Mom." Nooooo! That NOT what happen, friends! Instead, they take me to cat prison!! They put me in a tiny room with bars and no windows!! All I had was room to lay down and a potty box. Twice a day, lady comes in and gives me food and water and says "oh, you sweet little thing!" Stuff like that. This go on for days and days. I thought this might be where I going to spend the rest of my life, but I had hope in my heart I would see Mom again.


While this going on, Mom was having a big cry every day because she couldn't find me! She put my picture on a piece of paper that say LOST CAT and put in everyone's mailbox. She even call the cat prison and ask if they find me, but they tell her "we're sorry but he isn't here." This go on for THREE weeks until finally woman at cat prison look at paper where Mom call in...then she come in and look at me...scratch her head...and say "maybe..." They call Mom and she come to look at me and as soon as she sees me, she start crying and say "It's him, it's him!"  I purr real loud, I so happy to see Mom! So, soon I was back home...biting Sam and Rudy's ears and playing with fake mousies...



...and eating good food again. I like to eat on stairs, so I even train Mom to feed me there! MOL!


So friends, moral of this story is: when you find yourself trapped, don't ever give up hope of loved one finding you and setting you free.

Until next time,
Buster

P.S. Mom try to put something around my neck that have my name and phone number on it. But, I am bad and everytime I take it off until finally she give up on that idea. Instead, I just stick close to home now. No more exploring.




19 comments:

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Sooo happy Mom found you!!!

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

You are a lucky kitty that Mom found you.

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

Romeo sez no more wanderin around, Buster, that's trouble with a Capital T for TERRIBLE!

Glad you made it back.

One day I should like to play with ur mousie, it looks cleaner than mine. Mom sez I goo and slobber too much. I think she is right.

Mom is mad at me because before she even woke up today she step in my nasty huge hair ball, but it was so big it was more like a giant hair turd, whatever that is because that is what she sez when she step in bare feet today.

I understand TROUBLE. It has something to do with hairballs I thinks.

Meow meow to my friends north of me.

Love,

Romeo

French Heart said...

Hi Buster!

This is Lily! Suzanne's cat-girl? I read this and couldn't breathe. Glad you're safe and back to happily eating on the stairs in your cozy and loving home--like me.

Meows to you Buster!

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myric andreasen said...

Aww. It's so sweet you did not give up looking for Buster. I am so glad the story has a happy ending :)

xoxo
Myric

craftattack said...

So glad he got back home again, poor Buster! Valerie

Gattina said...

Oh my goodness what a horrible story !
You should ask to collect money to buy new glasses to this Cat prison staff !
Of course for them a grey cat is a grey cat ! So glad that your story had a happy end !!
COT is up now !

Tracey Steele said...

Buster, you have mom well trained indeed, getting her to feed you on the stairs. The non-humans in our house are all micro-chipped, do they do this where you live?

Barb said...

Hi Buster,
I'm very glad your Mum kept looking for you and FOUND you.No more exploring...o.k!!
Hi Cindy,
What an anxious time for you. My grand-daughter's little cat, Mia,went missing for a week and she was so stressed.. then so happy when Mia came back.
Glad for your happy ending.
God Bless
Barb from Australia

Toni Hiller said...

Happy Endings are Wonderful.

meowmeowmans said...

We are SO glad your Mom kept looking, and that she found you, Buster! :)

Photo Cache said...

Poor baby Buster, that must have been really scary experience for both you and your mom. Glad you learned your lesson about not straying far from home. We (Emma & Buster) don't attempt to leave the house, it's scary outside :) Buster used to make a run for it, when Mom left the door open, but Mom yelled so loud, everyone in the neighborhood got shocked that Buster stopped in his tracks that enabled mom to pick him up and take him back inside.

Pawhugs,
Emma and Buster

Queenie Believe said...

Dearest Buster, that is a VERY important lesson learned! You know what they say about Curiosity! Yikes! It is always best to stay at home, inside and just gaze out from the window at that big bad world... There are scary monsters out there and kitty jails... yuck! Always best to have a pane of glass between you and it.
Besides you got it made in the shade with the best kitty mom ever!
Have a great day.
Always, Queenie

Magic Love Crow said...

Buster, you better stay close to home! Mom doesn't want to lose you anymore! She is so lucky she found you in that cat prison! 3 weeks is a long time! Eating on the stairs! Very cute ;o) Love you Buster ;o) Hugs, Cindy ;o)

Martha said...

Cute story -- so glad you found your cat!

Daisy said...

Aw, I'm so glad for the safe return home. :)

Cindy Adkins said...

Oh my gosh, Cindy, Buster is adorable and what a story! I'm still laughing about cat prison!!!
This is such an amazing story!!!
XO
Cindy

Jen @ Creating with the J's said...

Oh Buster! Too cute! I wonder who has who trained better. he he. I am glad you made your way home again.
Hugs to all of you! Jen and the napping Jynx.

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