Our somewhat long time feral Zelda, the one it took forever to trap and spay, had been missing for over a week. That wasn’t normal for Zelda. Even though it may not be unusual for some ferals, Zelda had been a home body since she was spayed. She had been here early in the morning for breakfast, here for dinner, and here for the late night meal. We were very sad when she didn’t show, and didn’t show and didn’t show.
Well, she came back, and we’re most happy about that, and seriously thankful too. Dad asked her where in the world she has been, but she wasn’t saying. Dad went outside the other day to take a bag of garbage out back to the dumpster, and there she was, sitting there waiting for Dad, just like she used to do, every day.
So, today we’re thankful to have our Zelda back with us, and we’d be even more thankful if she sticks around this time.
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