A Special Cat
Nobody around my house have cats. But on this special night, it was FIRST TIME, really first time since we had moved into this house, that we saw a black cat outside our house. How the black cat ended up coming to such high floor is another question. It was late at night and the black cat was outside our house, as though awaiting our return.
As soon as we returned, and the black cat saw us, and we saw him, he walked to the neighbour house and then next to the staircase. I followed him, as my mind was full of queries -- was it the neighbour's cat or what...
The black cat walked downstairs from my house.
The black cat walked down one floor....
The cat went to another neighbour's house...
I thought it might be a new cat or lost cat from the Malay family. But it was not. It belongs to nobody at that floor. I chatted with my neighbour about the cat. Soon I went home, leaving the cat at that floor.
It was such a cute cat. I like it very much.
Richard said it looked so eerie, and seemed injured. But it looked okay to me. I saw him again on another special day, 4th November 2008 at the void deck of my block. On this day, it was Clara's First Holy Communion Day. The black cat was very obediently sitting on the floor and I stroked it.... and took a photograph of it. It was so scared of the flash light that it closed its eyes (same as Puma).
This black cat is so much different from Puma -- it has brownish and black fur.
This cat does not look like a normal domestic cat at all.
This black cat is so beautiful and cute. I thought of adopting it on the very first night it came to our door. It has black paws that seems like boots on it. The fur are not totally black, but covered with brownish fur that looked like bronze, and it is really so beautiful when looked closely. However, we did not adopt it as there are no legal forms involved. Getting free legal forms also need to go through lots of time and trouble. Taking care of it is another question mark too. In the end, we decided not to keep it since we had no experience of looking after cats.
Taking care of a pet is equally important as taking care of a child. It is a life. Most responsible parents would have their wills and trusts drafted by their lawyers just in case any misfortunes would happen to them. Pets, like children, are also dependent on their owners. Should their owners died, they would be without care. Having wills and trusts done will allow peace of mind to the deceased to ensure their beloved pets would be taken care of.