The Hotel Cat

Inspired by the story of my friend Wolfgang H., Austria: “She was a feral cat and lived from what the guests of a Hotel have released and she prefers even today good upscale hotel food: the hotel management wanted to bring her in a shelter or kill. So we brought her into our house (she was quite willing) and she was painstakingly integrated into our existing cat population. She always wants to eat at the table with us – putting her paws on the table, then she tries to grab some high class food by pulling the tablecloth.”
compare, from the same “painter”:
story, told by Wolfgang:
My cat “Maki” is very sensitive. One of my other cats (“Lily”) has been run over by a car and Maki has seen as my neighbor has raised the dead Lily’s body into my hands. Maki has turned gray overnight in the face.

About frizztext

writer, photographer, guitarist

7 responses to “The Hotel Cat

  1. Poor Maki, how sad 😦

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  2. The hotel cat certainly has personality. Poor Lily and Maki . . .


  3. So sad for Lily and poor Maki.


  4. I found my little granddaughter trying to dig where her favorite cat had been buried… many years ago…She thought she had felt his fur…
    Stopped that in time!…and glad she just had little fingers to dig with!


  5. Made me smiley….. Meow


  6. jakesprinter

    Excellent post my friend 🙂


  7. “Humanity” is sometimes more present in animals…. and what we call “bestiality” is sometimes more human.
    Another example recently in Kenya

    I think my next post will be more philosophic…I don”t know if my cats will let me write 😀


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