Lynn Farrell’s daughter was over the moon when they found out their new house was near a large cat colony since she has always had a soft spot for felines.
Farrell never worried that a stray cat might wander into the home since he knows they are all wild. On the other hand, Farrell’s daughter has been known to pet and feed random animals.
Actually, She was totally wrong.
Farrell just put her daughter to bed early, despite the customary complaints. Nevertheless, her daughter only said, “Alright, Mom.
As any mother would be, Farrell said to The Dodo, she was concerned when her daughter agreed to go to bed so readily. They both looked at me as I opened the door and said, “Aw crap, we’ve been caught.
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Farrell peered down to find her child and a large orange cat snuggled up together under the covers. As her mom was making dinner, the little girl took the cat inside, moving the litterbox, food, and water from the bathroom to her closet.
Nevertheless, this wasn’t the first sleepover they’d spent together.
I could see right away that they had a special bond,” Farrell said. He picked a good person to be his new companion. They got clean and brushed their teeth before drifting off to sleep together.
Farrell took the cat, now known as Pumpkin Jr., to the doctor to have dewormed and get some flea medicine. They did some investigating and learned that across the street lived a family with an outdoor cat named Pumpkin Jr.
The cat now often spends the night with his little charge, Pumpkin Jr., thanks to the approval of her parents.
Farrell said, “He’s so cute, and he purrs so constantly that I don’t think I’ve ever heard him stop. He’s made it clear to the other three cats that his human’s bedroom is off-limits.
“Well, I guess that makes my total cat count four,” she mused.