If you said "Trixie" our neighbor who lives down the road's siamese cat, you would be right! Yep, that same careless woman who, of all things, takes in a bunch of foster cats, can't even be responsible enough to keep her own cat in the house where she is safe and sound. "Trixie," as we have nicknamed her, has gotten out numerous times and my hubby keeps taking her back to her owner.
Her real name is "Fancy Pants" but we can not bring ourselves to call her by that ridiculous name ... no wonder she keeps running away and comes to see us all of the time ~ LOL!
Friday morning, while I was walking out the door to go to work she came walking up the back catio steps crying. So as usual I opened the door for her and she waltzed right in. I gave her fresh food and water and lo and behold she was still with us when I got home from work at 5PM. I was happy to see her as she is such a little love. She loves to be held and begins purring as soon as you pick her up, cuddles sweetly on your lap and follows you around like a lost puppy.
We so wish that there were a way that we could keep her with is, but I know that her owner will be coming sometime today to pick her up as she now knows where we live and we will be the first door she knocks on.
Oh well, we always enjoy her visits and I only pray that nothing bad happens to her due to her owners' repeated negligence. As far as I am concerned, if you foster animals then you are responsible for their well-being for as long as they are in your care. And, if you can't take care of your own fur baby, then you have absolutely no business fostering other animals! Just saying.