Office Kitty

2004-09-16 10:17 - General

This is a crazy story. I wish I knew it all. What I do know is that my boss has a new cat. Someone near his house in the mountains has a cat that had kittens, and they gave away the kittens. His kids wanted one, so he took one. Then it gets strange. For some reason beyond my knowledge, he did not take his new cat home, he brought it to work. It's been living there for a few weeks. Don't ask me why. It's relaxing to head out to the warehouse occasionally, and have a chance to play with the kitty, though!

So here are some pictures. She's very cute, she's still a tiny kitty. For reference, the straw she's playing with is 7 inches long. She's been named by the bosses' kids (who are incidentally about preschool age), Tiger. She's also living with me right now! My work is closed for a few extra days this month, Jewish holidays, leaving some 4 day weekends. I'm taking care of her for these long weekends. She's quite feisty. I hope she doesn't chew up any of the wires around my place, for my sake and hers!


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