Father and son camping trip crashed by hungry cat and her fur monsters (Gallery)
A private father and son camping trip was crashed by a hungry cat. Little did they know that the hungry cat had a surprise for them.
“So my son and I like to go camping. We do it quite often and have a hidden spot we love to go to. This time when we arrived there was a cat there. It was quite skinny and obviously abandoned. I get to work setting up the tent while my son becomes friends with this cat I will most likely be taking home,” dad shared on imgur.
The cat was very friendly, especially when his son was fishing. Anything he caught, he left for kitty.
“While we are in the tent the cat is climbing on top of it, It reminded me of the scene in Blair witch except instead of kids laughing it was a cat meowing. We finish up and decide to give the cat our leftovers ( like we had a choice). I finally get to sit down and do some fishing myself. The cat eats it's meal and disappears into the night.”
Dad thought that was the last they would see of this mysterious cat… but boy was he wrong.
“We get nothing that night and settle down to go to bed. A couple hours later I wake up to some noise and go outside to check…”
“Now instead of 2 eyes staring at me I see 8 glowing eyes reflecting the light from my phone.”
Dad had no choice… he had to take the kitty family home.
“It's been a week now and they love it here.”
He got them all checked by the vet and they all have a clean bill of health!
But that wasn't the only good news...
“My family has decided we are keeping all of them.”
If you’d like to donate to this new kitty family, you can do so here.
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