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Monday, October 23, 2006

Poor Starving Kitty

We spent an uneventful weekend with tv, church, laundry and football.

For lunch Saturday we went out to Harpoon Louis, an expensive seafood restaurant where we stayed out on the deck overlooking Fishweir Creek. The high point of the outing was watching a kingfisher bird hunting minnows along the opposite bank of the creek; we identified it from its distinctive flight pattern.

Ginny and I each ordered fried fish sandwiches and as we ate the restaurant’s resident cat wound around our legs begging tidbits which, of course, we fed it. Then the beast moved on to other tables to pester other customers, who also fed the creature tidbits from their plates…The cat slinks from table to table performing its Poor Starving Kitty act for every person in the restaurant.

I figured that if each diner on the deck gave the cat just one morsel as the cat systematically worked the tables, by the end of the day that cat will have eaten $179 worth of seafood!

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posted by John Cowart @ 5:58 AM


At 9:11 PM, Blogger Seeker said...

That cat knows how to work a crowd...

At 11:55 AM, Blogger Margie said...

smart kitty

At 2:03 PM, Blogger Living Life in South Carolina said...

Very Smart Cat!


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