About a month or so ago, my cousin Alexis and I were walking home, we came across a large, calico cat. She came up to us, rubbing on our legs and let us pet her. She began walking down a man-made path and meowed at us whenever we tried to leave so we followed her. She stayed on the path the entire time (it's quite long) and would make sure we were following.
When we got there, there was a kitten stuck in the tree in the backyard of a house. I got the kitten down, then Alexis and I realized there were about 10 cats (there was 11 to be exact). We couldn't leave cause everytime we did the kittens would try to follow us across the street.
So we waited there for a few minutes until a big truck pulled up, out steps a HOT ASS MOTHERFUCKING country boy, and he helped us escape once we explained what happened.
We went back again and the owner, Mrs. Pepper said we could hang out there whenever we want. A few cats left, some stayed at the trucking company next to the trail, there's 3 left at the house, and a few died sadly.
Alexis and I helped named them, we give them attention and help feed/take care of them. Now we visit often and call her house the cat lady house. We're unorginial I know.
If you wanna know the names of the cats, just ask. What's your favorite most recent memory?
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