“The ultimate goal of farming is not the growing of crops, but the cultivation and perfection of human beings.”

Masanobu Fukuoka, The One-Straw Revolution

A Tale of Two Kitties...

Ok, it's really a tale of three kitties,
but as of Friday morning, it was almost a tale of just two kitties.

I entered the barn on Friday morning, early, to find that our AWOL kitty
had indeed escaped yet again...
he/she was hiding out in the feed room (a small stall adjacent to the large kitten stall).
Seeing me, she bolted from the feed room, down the stall aisle and out into the snow,
with three dogs in tow.

I quickly called the dogs back to me, and said kitty just kept running.
I feared that she was gone for good... to fearful to ever return.
All day Friday I checked around the farm for her,

but to no avail.

Then, Saturday morning, I received a text from the barn.
Our neighbor who helps us out on Saturday mornings,
had seen the kitten hunkered down on top of the duck house,
freezing cold, in the snow.

Anna reached up, and picked up the cold kitty,
 with no fight,
and stuck him/her back in the large kennel under the heat lamp. 

Later in the day we closed up all three kitties, back in the kennel,
to await their spay/neuter procedures that will take place today.
They are big enough to undergo these procedures, 
and it is definitely time.
Finally, we will know the gender of these three!

The kittens...

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