Lark – To Frolic, Engage in Carefree Adventure

The kitten (Siamese #3) was always up to adventure and of course, being a cat, was incessantly curious.  On a lark, he decided to scale Mount Daddy one day.  Surprisingly, his Daddy tolerated it pretty good before removing those sharp little claws from the back of his neck.

Word for tomorrow – RIBBON.  If you prefer to work ahead, see the list for the week under “A Word A Day”.

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4 Comments Leave a comment

  1. My grandkitty Misha use to scale my back when he was a toddler. Left huge scratch marks which hurt. But glad he’s grown up into a loveable, albeit independent little man.

    BTW…thanks for your help re links. Hubby and I figured it out. It was relatively easy, we just had to tinker some.

    hugs for your help… :)

    • Thank you for the compliment!  I don't think the kitten was too interested in the food – he wouldn't even eat the canned food we were using on the other one that had cancer.  He really had no concept of anything beyond his dry food, even later as an adult.  

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