Rusty is back from Costco!"
Dustball meowed with
All the cats piled out of the house to surround Rusty as he
unloaded the car.
• Dustball was an
experienced inside car cat so she jumped in to explore.
• Bobcat was a roof cat so he took the high ground.
• Raccoony was a guard cat so she set up a perimeter to watch
for evil spirits.
Rusty took flash photos so you'd believe this is real.
His cats are not lazy & aloof.
Feast! We got another case of Fancy Feast"
She loved the cans of shrimp &
fish. (Rusty saved those just for her)
When no other cats were around Dusty would sit next to the
cat feeding station staring at Rusty until he gave her a can
of the Fancy Feast shrimp. It was special for her.
Rusty's "lazy & aloof" cats
included a guard cat. She was stocky, just 10 pounds of cat
muscle with a heart of gold. Raccoony always scouted the perimeter
when Rusty was outside at night. She chased off any evil
spirits lurking in the darkness that might harm him.
|A chronic nose & chin biter
Raccoony had a shameful secret.
She was a nose biter. When
Rusty drew near she'd start out licking his nose...then
clamp it in her cat teeth until Rusty said "OWWWW!"
Then she'd release him.
No matter how many times he accused
her of being a nose biter she still did it. Raccoon girl used to
clamp his chin when laying on his chest as Rusty watched TV
in bed. That made him call her a chin biter.
She would hold his chin for long periods with her
teeth. When it hurt too much Rusty would say "OWWWW!"
Finally he took to holding the bed sheets in his
mouth covering his chin.
Dustball was a car cat
She spent many happy hours as
a kitten driving on trips to Watsonville with Rusty.
Just a little fur ball—she's sit on his shoulder, or sleep
on the dashboard. Rusty kept a litter box, food & water in
the back seat for her.
Even now as an adult she'd jump into the car if Rusty left
it open. Several times Rusty had noticed her missing only to
find her in happily curled up in the car.
So you could say Dusty was a car cat.
Up the road at Nissen Dairy
cats don't have expressive faces"
said Cleopatra the barn cat.
That is why people don't see our spiritual nature.
She was right. Cats don't have eyebrows that move like
people or dogs have.
Many people thought cats did not express emotions. That is
only because people are blind to spiritual things; seeing
cats as just furry cute animals.
But Rusty knew a secret. We are not humans; we are
spirits that have human bodies. Cats & dogs are spirits,
too, only closer to Mother Nature.
Rusty knew that when you see with spiritual vision you see
how cats are very
expressive. They are Angels who can connect you back to
Heaven —if only you believe.