>> Feb 14, 2015
Two days ago, Koneng, our youngest cat locked up in a neighbor’s house for hours. I started to search in the afternoon but had no luck. My brother came home in the night and we continued searching. From our back balcony, we only heard his ‘crying for help’ sound.
We decided to go to the office at the back of our house. The friendly security staff allowed us to enter and seek around, we didn’t see Koneng but his voice heard more clearly. We ensured that Koneng was in the back yard of the neighbor right next door. Sadly, the home was empty that night.
So, in the morning next day, I waited for the neighbor’s arrival at the terrace. Once their car came, I quickly stood up and told them about our cat. Fortunately, the lady saw frightened Koneng in the rain gutter. Poor kitten. When I saw Koneng, he looked so scared and seemed too afraid to make any move. I had to call the cat’s name over and over again to encourage him moving and nearing me. Koneng recognized my voice; he started to move slowly –step by step.
Once the kitty’s near enough, I carried him and then he started to purr. What a relief. Koneng was dirty and smelly, but he’s fine now. Thanks to friendly neighbors!
|Teasing the senior :)|
I don’t have any shots related to this incident. For
Camera Critters and Saturday's Critters this week, I share a moment when Koneng teased Mocca once in a while. Mocca’s never angry, he just pulls to one side.