Ready, set, where’s Spock the cat?

Evan Ursa can’t keep Spock entertained. He’s learned how to escape from the deck, and stares out the windows…

Purple hyacinth bulbs and their flower pollen are harmful to kitties. These had to be moved to another area of the yard.

The chosen area is outside my office/craft room. Problem is, we need to cut a hole through the wall. It’s great to have a functional engineer in the house.

I apologize for the night shot, but you get the idea. Six foot tall cateo, and no cat to be found. All day. We will try again tomorrow. I’ve put him outside and he happily uses the cat door to return inside. Any suggestions are welcome. He only eats dry food. That may need to be stashed outside for a bit…

About Sally Brandle

Author, horse lover, gardener, pastry enabler, and thankful wife and mother. Very proud of both novels, The Hitman's Mistake and Torn by Vengeance, published by Soul Mate Publishing. The Targeted Pawn releases in March of 2020. Multi-award winning author Sally Brandle weaves slow-burning romance into edgy suspense, motivating readers to trust their instincts. Growing up as a tomboy alongside brothers prepared her to work in a male-centric industry, raise sons, and create action packed stories featuring strong women. She thrives on creating unintentional heroines who conquer their vulnerabilities and partner with heroes to outwit cunning villains.
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2 Responses to Ready, set, where’s Spock the cat?

  1. pamelagibson says:

    I hope Spock isn’t lost. That would be heartbreaking.

    • Oh dear…nope. Spock isn’t lost, he’s not using the cateo. He used to have access to the deck, but he found out how to slide under the gate. He does return. I think he may have been an indoor/outdoor cat to begin with, but I don’t want him able to attack our wild birds. I’m hoping the next post will be him inside the cateo….sorry about the confusion.

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