Monday, June 22, 2009

We find the final cat that we would meet in India in a rather fruity situation

There is a certain fruit shop near Soundarya's home in Bangalore where she likes to buy and she had recently discovered that a kitten had moved in. So she took us there.

Have you noticed how many orange and white cats there are in India? They seem to be a majority.

Tryskuit snuggles the kitten.

The shop owner said that the kitten had moved in about two weeks before and that he liked him. He wanted him to stay, and grow up as a store kitten.

"What is his name?" I asked.

"Cat," he answered.

Cat takes a great leap.

If he were a vegetarian, Cat would be Fat Cat. 

Soundarya snuggles little Cat. As you can imagine, she had been feeling quite down about the calico. Yet, as hard as life is, live moves on and so she smiles again.

And she hugs her little friend. The next day, we, the humans, would all say goodbye at the Bangalore airport. There would be many hugs and tears, too. Tryskuit and I would fly home.

So that is it. For now.

Tomorrow, I head back to Alaska's Arctic Slope.

The world is forever changing before me. And always, I look to meet new cats.


StandTall-The Activist said...

" Cat" looks like my Molly and " cat" needs to have a name-lol.

She is going to be very pretty.
Well done T and GK!

heidi said...

Fruit Cat is very cute. I really like the picture on the top of the site with Cat jumping down in front of rows of fruit.

The Caring Infernal Warden said...

I'm just astonished reading all of your amazing adventures.
We thank you for sharing all of them and I look forward to reading more!