Wild Life Of A Little Monster

Others are scared of me because of all the fun I have. Considered a vigilante by my Eponine.

Homeward Bound

Although I haven't made a decision regarding who's headed to Cowboy's place, I think it is important to tell you that the three monsters mentioned in an earlier post (Yves, Ally, and Tex) have all been adopted and are no longer at the shelter. They likely are working with some humans to launch a blog as you read this. You never know!


At January 23, 2006 4:08 PM, Blogger Edsel/The Pooch said...

oh, whichever one makes your heart go pitty pat! (but i still vote for Doc, him bein' a tux and all)don't wait too long or they'll be gone too!!

At January 24, 2006 12:12 AM, Blogger Eponine's Cowboy said...

You're so very right, Edsel. I feel like I'm gambling some and hoping someone else will make a decision for me so I don't have to.

I think Doc needs a bow tie collar!

At January 24, 2006 2:34 AM, Blogger Boni said...

Mom says you already know who picked you, but you feel a lil scared. I bet she's right. She's right smart usually. Go with your heart. (Like Edsel said.) It's the only way to go, really. We're all rootin for ya, Cowboy!

At January 24, 2006 7:20 AM, Blogger The Meezers said...

Our mom says that you prolly know who picked you too (she says she could tell from the pickshurs) but you have to make that decision. She is very very very glad that sweet Yves picked someone and went home.

At January 24, 2006 9:09 AM, Blogger pandora said...

That's so nice that the little homeless kitties got forever homes :-)

Boni and Meezers' moms are right.
You know.
Eppy knows too - she sent him :-)
Same as Ambrose sent Echo and Echo sent Charlie :-)
(see Mama's blog for details)


At January 24, 2006 10:57 AM, Blogger Patches & Mittens said...

I am anxiously awaiting word.

You know, two cats are twice as nice!!

At January 24, 2006 3:14 PM, Blogger Zuleme said...

Hi Cowboy,
added you to the Caturday blogroll

At January 24, 2006 5:53 PM, Blogger Eponine's Cowboy said...

Can you really tell just by the pictures? I can't, I think. It does make me scared, though. I am still sorting it through and trying to decide.

Thanks, Zuleme, for adding me. I hope you are doing better. My heart feels for you.

At January 24, 2006 6:38 PM, Blogger The Meezers said...

Well, our mommy says that there is somefing there in one of the pikshurs that she thinks tells. but, she also says that if you are not sure and scared, you need to think more. She knows how scary it is. sometimes you have to look and sometimes you have to leap.

At January 24, 2006 7:26 PM, Anonymous David E. Francis said...


You could make your decision a little easier by taking in both. Two kitties, (or more), are not that much different than caring for just one. (I have five indoor kitties that I love very much.)
The hard part will be opening your heart to the new cat(s) knowing that they won't exactly be like your beloved Eponine. You're a very caring person; I think you can do it.


At January 24, 2006 11:08 PM, Blogger Eponine's Cowboy said...

Five cats, Dee? You truly are a saint. Thanks for the input. Trying to make a decision has paralyzed me a bit.

Meezers, I'm going to be studying these pictures. I think you're right, but want to make sure.

At January 24, 2006 11:44 PM, Blogger Timmy said...

Hey Cowboy,
Shmaybe you will get a tuxedo cat? Shmaybe? I'm so a'cited for whatever poodin' you choose!

At January 25, 2006 12:24 AM, Blogger Eponine's Cowboy said...

You never know, just shmaybe!!

At January 25, 2006 3:16 PM, Blogger Kukka-Maria said...

Just two thoughts:

First, be careful with those Tuxedo cats...I see they have their own "gang," which can be contrewed as dangerous (I read the papers about gangs) or, at best, snobby. ;)

Secondly, you mentioned something about those cats working with humans to launch their own blogs. I'm sorry...am I supposed to ask my HUMAN to get involved with my personal blog? Puh-leeeeeease! She hasn't even caught on to the idea that I am in need of treats during all five of my waking hours (and believe me, I've made this fact very obvious...).

Good luck with your kitty search!

At January 25, 2006 8:22 PM, Anonymous David E. Francis said...

Yep, Cowboy, five!

There is Sheba, a short-hair brown, black, tan, and orange. She's about 14 human years. When my sister and her husband moved in seven years ago they brought her and a Chow-Mix doggie. Sheba is still quite spry and loves for me to pet her in the mornings. She growls and hisses when the other cats come close to her.

Eeyore, another short-hair gray, with some white spots, tiger. He's daddy's boy! He is very shy around people; even those he knows. When I goto bed at night, Eeyore is close behind. He gets under the covers with me. He loves to be petted there. He has a loud purr. I am wrapped around his little paw. He will come up to me, lay a paw softly on my forearm, then look at me with those big greenish eyes. (He wants me to pick him up and pet him.) He is about 5 yrs old.

Tigger, who is also 5 yrs, is a short-hair, black and brown. She has some white on her muzzle. I think she has one of the cutest feline faces I've ever seen. Tigger will let me pick her up, roll her in the floor, put her on the cat-tree. She's doesn't seem to care what I do to her. She's my people watcher. She'll sat down somewhere comfortable (to her) and just watch you---for hours sometimes. She has a real quiet meow.

Pooh_B, is about 4 yrs. He's a long-hair, solid yellowish orange with emerald green eyes. He only lets you pet him when *he* feels like it. Otherwise, just leave him alone. I think that Pooh_B is the alpha male of the house. He's not afraid to use his claws.

Morkie, about 9 monthes old, a short-haired charcoal colored russian blue? Beautiful topaz yellow eyes. She's very playful, attacking almost anything that moves: shoe laces, clothes, the other kitties, the dog. I wish I had her energy!

I love them all very much.


At January 25, 2006 8:46 PM, Blogger amy said...

Hey Cowboy! Been away and had to catch up on posts. I agree that two is not much more work, and I've found my two be be particularly delightful to watch together. I hope you get picked soon, and I'm glad the shelter kitties got new homes, even though not with you. That black & white kitty sure is gorgeous, although I'm a little biased because my Bandit's a tuxedo baby!

Amy *and Bat & Bandit

At January 28, 2006 6:32 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi, I just found your blog and went to the Wayside Waifs site. Faith looked like a cat who so needs some love and a safe home. Cats sometimes need a little time to be confident to 'pick' a human to care for them, particularly if they have been through trauma or been unloved for a long while. Take a little look at Faith, an older cat who would blossom with love if given the chance :)



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