A few months later we fostered a litter of kittens (OMG SO CUTE!) and Nittany, was obsessed with one of the babies. SO, we adopted him as well and named him Boone. I wanted snugly. I got standoffish-ex-feral cat and her trusty sidekick Boone. Neither of them are snugly and both of them like to keep to themselves unless it's dinner time.
Boone was the last litter that we fostered because I soon found out that Bug was on his way and I couldn't help with the litterbox anymore (BEST thing about being pregnant was that...) I wasn't sure how Nittany and Boone would handle a baby and didn't want to be one of those people who posted an AD on Craigslist that said "Baby on the Way, Cats need to go." I knew we had to make it work.
Boone has decided that he is a country cat now, and he NEEDS to be outside as much as possible. I DID NOT want to let him out, but if I didn't he'd scream and cry ALL-!@#*&$-DAY-LONG. I do not understand why. He was NEVER allowed outside, EVER. Anyway, we live in the middle of no where, so I let him out. We've only had one incident of a VERY LARGE Great Horned Owl hanging out one day trying to decide which one to eat first. (That's another story. FYI- Owls are FRICKING HUGE!!)
Anyway, all of that to get to this point. Boone has been going outside a lot. It has been cold and Boone would go out for HOURS. He's a good boy and does come when you call him. Lately when he's come home he's been warm and dry. I've been suspecting that he's been cheating on our family and so I decided to get him another collar (his sister takes them off and we never find them again.)
When I went to the store to make one I came up with this:
I figure if he comes home with a different collar that says "Yes he does" I'll call it good and send him with his toys. Hopefully it doesn't come to that.