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I never discovered what Dumb Cat was after the other night. Eventually he gave up his prowl and began whining for more food, and that was that. But as M and I were watching Sea Biscuit last night (we’re only a few years behind in movies), we heard a scratching at the now sealed cat door. “Dumb Cat” we said as we rolled out eyes, and then noticed that Dumb Cat was accounted for on the chair. M headed over to the cat door mumbling “It isn’t the NEIGHBOR cat, is it?”

But, indeed, it was. There the cat sat, scratching at the door asking to come in to a house that was not his. M wanted to open the door so he could pet the cat (who’s the softy here, huh?) while asking if the cat was nice. “How would I know? I’ve been mean to it. I don’t want another cat thank you very little,” I replied. Then M started wondering if it had a home. “Maybe it’s a stray?” “That cat is too fat to be a stray,” I insisted. Eventually, I went to the door and gave it “Mommy Angry Face” and it took off.

But this morning when I woke up, it was sitting on our porch furniture. You don’t REALLY think this is a stray cat, do you? I mean, it is FAT. Not quite as fat as Lazy Cat, but much fatter than I would expect from a stray….

I am NOT getting involved with this cat. I am just not.

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