27
Oct
08

The ScullyCat is Back

We are cat owners once again.  This particular cat lived with us for a few years before we had kids, then went to live with someone else when Gannon was due to come into the world.  We gave her up for a couple of reasons.  One was that she wasn’t all that tolerant of being pestered, and she’d scratch.  Another was that, compared to how I felt about my first child, I didn’t like her anymore.  Sorry, but it’s true.  So instead of kicking her to the curb, we let her go live in a beautiful house with huge windows and lots of birds in the trees outside of them.  I am sure it was luxury compared to our little apartment, which featured frequent train passings and little else.

The people who owned her after us, their circumstances have changed, and they asked if we would like her back.  I was excited about the idea because, to quote my friend Doris, “Everybody needs a nice kitty.”  So we accepted the offer and last week she arrived!

We still don’t have a nice kitty.  Instead, we have Scully.  I crack myself up.

Yes, she really is this annoyed by our presence.

Yes, she really is this annoyed by our presence. Maybe she is saying, "This IS my good side."

The kids are trying to get her to smile.  Is it working?

The kids are trying to get her to smile. Is it working?

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3 Responses to “The ScullyCat is Back”


  1. October 29, 2008 at 1:45 pm

    Aw, my kids (and DH) would LOVE LOVE LOVE to have a cat! But, alas, allergies . . .

  2. October 29, 2008 at 2:21 pm

    Welcome back home ScullyCat! Dukie says hello! 😉

  3. October 30, 2008 at 10:23 am

    I am STILL laughing at this post,llllllllllllll. That is the PERFECT grumpy cat picture.
    I’m so glad to know I”m not the only one who let the cat get dusty when the baby was born. Now the kids are big enough to keep them dust free. Even I pet them once in awhile.


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