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Monday, April 13, 2009
Most anyone living in the Agricola St. area knows who I mean by Elle, the lovely fluffy kitty who frequently roams the street. I don't know exactly which home is hers, but I do know she has one. However, my question is this - why do you leave your kitty outside in the pouring rain? Saturday night I came home and found Elle outside my doorstep, as I often do. She tried desperately to come inside, but that would have caused havoc for our three cats. We left her some food, which she scarfed down - hungry lady.
This isn't the first time we've found her outside late at night during bad weather. Obviously she's a pretty independent cat, but her pleas to come in our house suggest to me that she would have been much happier inside that rainy night. It breaks our heart when she's outside crying in the rain - please let your kitty back in!
---neighbourhood cat person
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