The Magic Window

Babycat and I are sitting in a crate. I am squinting at a phone. Babycat asks, "You have me and I'm safe, now what?" I tell her I have to make like my Poppy and uncles and promote myself. "Is that like becoming porch queen?" Babycat asks. "I know how to do that!" Babycat tells me on the street, only one thing matters. "Love?" I ask. "Catching your next meal!" she tells me. In the third panel, we're watching a video of squirrels on the phone. "This is fun, but why can't we catch any sqirrels through the magic window?" "That's the magic!" I say, because I am an idiot.

For the first few days Babycat lived in The Puppy’s crate, because I wasn’t sure if she’d dig indoor living, and I didn’t know if she knew how to use a litter pan. You already saw she moved out of the crate and settled into cat-bed-at-the-window-life, and she knows how to use a pan like a pro. This proves cats are better at adapting to things than humans are. During those first days, I felt terrible about taking her away from her adventures and showed her a lot of videos of birds and squirrels. She enjoyed it! (Watch Babycat watches squirrels and birds through the magic window.)

One thought on “The Magic Window

  1. Yes, this for real. Lynda did get in the crate with baby cat and they did watch videos for baby cat’s enjoyment. They both had a good time as I did watching them.

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