Step Back Black Cat
Sure Halloween is a time of witches and broomsticks; of casting spells and boiling caldrens. There is something mysterious about the night and the sounds heard in it. The way the moon casts eerie shadows from trees and their long fingers that stretch around buildings, and bring scary apparitions to life in our imaginations.
Let me first begin by telling you I am obviously not a BLACK cat. But why do they get all the top billings at this time of year, when a cat much like myself could do as good a job of putting fear in those little hearts. I have the look, the walk, and of course the demeanor
to pull it off. I’m so tired of playing second fiddle. Sometimes I’m totally disregarded.
I am a homeless cat and don’t even have a witch to partner with, but I still have goals in life. I may look foreboding, but under my fur beats a gentle heart. I am as good an actor as any old black cat could be. Actually I am better. Most that see me for the first time look quickly away so as not to raise eye contact. I’m sure they are afraid. The truth is I am a real kid lover and as gentle and fluffy as a lamb.
What I am sharing with you is never to go anywhere. What is spoken here, stays here. Afterall, I am trying to get that prized position as a witch’s helper. I think I was made for Halloween, and to not only project bad luck on sight, but to also look the part. My whole life has been a trail of mistakes and misunderstandings. Anyone who has been associated with me has had as much bad fortune.
I am looking to change all of that. Maybe I could repair and restore some of my dignity.
If you are out there and are a witch, please contact me before you make that all important choice. It’s never black and white; there are many gray areas. That’s where I come in. I am a big ball of gray fur, pick me, I won’t disappoint you. PURRRRR!
The cat you are viewing here was dropped off and actually homeless for a while. It moved into a neighbor’s garage and she began feeding it. My daughter caught sight of it, and being the animal caring person she is, she offered to help find the poor cat a home. We made up flyers and contacted a no-kill shelter to take in the cat. Within a week the cat was under care of a shelter and will remain there until some noble witch comes flying by or some other caring individual decides to take it home.