I love my cat very much, he came into my life as a birthday present and five years ago when I didn’t want or need a cat. Therefore I accepted the gift on a contingency basis if he can catch mice. During the first hour at the farm he caught a rat almost as big as he was when he was only six months old. Then I decided to bring him up in my farm, so our happy life began.
As I am quite sensitive on animals, so all my friends were taking bets that how long the cat would stay in my house. Finally the veterinarian won the bet for two weeks.
The cat’s life was filled with hunter by day in the barn and snoozer by night by the fireplace or slumbered on our bed at night. It was too much of a struggle for him to go up to the barn when winter snowstorms hit. So I decided to drive him up to the barn in my pick-up truck when one morning when the snow was so deep in New York.
There was a heated room in the barn with plenty of cat food and water as well as sofa with pillows, which the cat had access. I picked him up and drove him back down to the house in one of the late afternoon.
The farm no longer belonged to us, but the cat still catches rodents in the back yard, in the woods, or around the flower gardens. He likes going for a ride in my pick-up truck, so I take this brave cat along by touring the countryside while he can look out of the window. The cat grows to be a greedy hunter with an appetite for our toilet bowl at the age of six. So far there has been no scientific explanation for this feline preoccupation with toilet bowls. Interestingly, we’ve renamed the cat “the tidy bowl man”, as he is an appropriate moniker for this tough but lovable feline.