Sunday, September 28, 2008

A SIBERIAN HUSKY IN MY GARDEN?

I think the heat from the recent weather might have gotten right into my brain and blurred my vision. I saw something white with grey fur wandering in my neighborhood garden. I thought it was a baby Siberian Husky until I got near to it. He was amazingly clean and handsome. I wondered if anybody owned this kitten as he was rather friendly.

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As usual, I would carry some biscuits with me whenever I go out for an evening stroll. True enough, he came rushing towards me at the first scent of those yummy tuna kitten biscuits. He even allowed me to pat his back. After finishing his food, he went to the grass to clean himself up. I noticed a kind of weird stare from him. Is this what he has in his mind?

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8 comments:

Zippy, Sadie and Speedy said...

Oh, he's so cute. He looks to be in pretty good shape, maybe there is another in your neighborhood feeding and caring for the strays?

Alasandra said...

What a cute fellow. We have our paws crossed he has a home and just dropped by to say hi. ~S,S & C

Asta said...

That's a gowgeous kitty fow suwe..not a sibewian huskee, hehehe
I hope he has a fuwwevew home
smoochie kisses
ASTA

Sweet Praline said...

You had me going for a minute! I thought you had been invaded by a woofie. He sure is cute!

Kellykat said...

We just wanted to thank you for coming by to show our family support while we are going thru this rough time. It was so nice of you to take the time to offer such excellent advice on how to create some income, especially when you have been so ill. Its friends like you that are keeping us going. Thank you so much.
-Stryder, Scotchy, Sugar & Kellykat

Forever Foster said...

What a cutiepie! We hope this means there is someone else in your area looking out for the kitties, so you get some help.

MoMo said...

Such a cutie!! He looks very clean and well looked after. Hope he has a home and is only just visiting.

Cheysuli and gemini said...

Oh he is very cute!

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