Thursday, December 30, 2010

Napoleon ~ Thankful and sad

The fate of animals is of greater importance to me
than the fear of appearing ridiculous.
- Emile Zola -

We are again thankful that we are inside kittycats!
Sure, some of us beg to go out, especially the former ferals,
but Mom just will not let us.
Night before last we heard coyotes, it was a chilling sound.
Then we heard the kittycat..
Mom jumped out of bed and ran out on the deck and yelled
'Stop it! Stop it!' and clapped her hands over and over.
The noise finally stopped, Mom was so upset.
Bob and Patrick were in the basement because it was cold.
Below is a picture of where we think the attack happened.
Mom worries about Bob and Patrick, but they are pretty big.
Soar High little with the angels...
Hope you are having a safe and nice Thursday!
This time last year, Mom was at Emory Hospital,
in very, very serious trouble.
Now she is jumping out of bed,
running out on the deck and yelling at coyotes.
We are thankful and she got cold on the deck!
~ Napoleon


  1. Yes, that's sad, those darn coyotes have eaten a couple of my friends. Have a safe New Year!

  2. How very sad and tragic. Poor kitteh.

  3. It is a sad fate for any animal. We are happy that your Mom is able to jump up and run outside, too!

  4. We have a lot of coyotes here - they even wander our neighborhood streets. There is NO way we are ever allowed outside! The dog is in the fenced-in backyard when she is out, and she is over 50 pounds, but my human still worries about her sometimes too, since she is not a young dog anymore.

  5. Oh that is so sad and scary. We have not had any in our neighborhood, but they are around several miles from here near the parks. The second mom hears one, everyone will lose their outdoor privileges.

  6. Oh dear. I am sorry to hear this. Please take care.

    Yay that your mum is able to jump up though! Take care

  7. What a horrible sound to have heard! Our mom just hates those stupid coyotes! She would see their pawprints in the snow by where she use to work and worry so much about her ferals she would feed. Please be careful and safe, Bob and Patrick!

  8. That is sad. Good thing the guys were in the basement! And all of you were in the house.

  9. We are sorry to hear about the poor kitty. We have coyotes in our area too and we never go out unsupervised.

    We are glad that this year your mom is doing so much better than last year.

  10. So sorry to hear about the kitty, but proud of how brave your mom was. So glad she is doing better.

  11. Your mom was so brave ! even she wasn't well !
    And thanks COD ! Bob and Patrick were in the basement and safe from the coyotes. Lucky where I live has no coyotes around, just a little dog live next to my backyard !... Mom said his size ist smaller than me : )

  12. this made me so sad. A friend of mine lost her cat to a coyote. I hate to even think about it. I can't, it makes me cry.

  13. So scary, but glad your Mom is better enough to yell!

  14. Oh that is tragic. We are so happy that you are all okay!

  15. Bless your mama for trying to help the kitty. We grieve for all the homeless kitties and purray for them every day....that they will all find loving homes.

    We wish you have nothing but the very best in 2011. xxxxxxxxxx

  16. That makes mommy feel terrible. I am so glad I am an inside kitty...formerly feral. Mommy keeps me safe.

    Happy New Year and love and purrs from me and mommy.

  17. Happy New Year!!
    We wish you a joyful life
    full of healthy, happiness and pleasure :)

    Hugs Love Anya

    Kareltje =^.^=

    Betsie =(^.^)=

  18. Small furry animals in the wild are often preyed upon... that's why cats should never go out unsupervised where there are predators. Napoleon, we wish you and your human staff a happy 2011 with lots of good things from all of us Good Cats (and our human staff too).

  19. I'm here again just would like to say.....

    HAPPY NEW YEAR 2011 !!!!!!!!


    PS: where I live it's new year now : )


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