posted on Mar, 7 2021 @ 01:37 PM
A couple of years ago, my fiance was out walking. She walks several miles a day all around town and one day a tiny kitten followed
It's belly was swollen from having worms and she was as thin as a rail. I have average size hands and I could hold her in one, that's how small she
This was in late December, the temps were dropping fast and this little girl was not going to last much longer, so she scooped her up and brought her
home. She was sick. You know when cats get a upper respiratory infection how their eyes leak and nose runs ? This tiny baby had all that and every
time she sneezed, you'd be covered in snot. We got her to the Vet the next day and he gave her meds. Since I have a fast metabolism and am always
very warm, she gravitated to me. She would cuddle and snuggle and till the anti biotics kicked in, sneezed all over me.
She is and will forever be The Snots.
It's what she answers to and if you call "Chloe " you're outta luck.
A month ago, late at night, I opened the door to take the dogs out. Snots darted out the door and just took off. She's done that before, but is
usually back in about 10 minutes. She'd just get out, run around the back yard for a bit and then come back in. She is not an outside cat by any
means. This time, she was gone. I took a flashlight and went looking for her. No Snots. I spent day after day walking the neighborhood calling her
name and knocking on doors. No Snots.
You need to understand that she grew up in the house and no experience with being an outside cat. Not long after she disappeared, we had a cold snap.
Temps were down in single digits with a sub zero wind chill. Then we had 15 inches of snow and I had given up hope of finding her alive or her ever
Went to the back door this morning to let the dogs out and there she was.
THE SNOTS IS BACK !!