Today we end with the kitty that started My discussion on Limbo kitties. She is the newest Limbo kitty to have appeared in My yard, and the Guardians call her Minerva.
The Guardians have only just met Minerva and know very little about her personality. So far, she is very nervous and will not let them approach. She lives at the house across the street, which makes Me very nervous because she often crosses the busy road in front of our house. I fear what will happen if she crosses it at the wrong time.
So that brings us to a total of twelve Limbo kitties that we have met in the past seven days here on The Blog of Otis. And these are by no means the only Limbo kitties in My neighborhood. There are at least six others that the Guardians have seen but have not yet met. That’s 18 kitties in Limbo within a half block radius! The idea that kitties should be allowed to roam free seems very ingrained in human minds. The question I would love to have an answer for is “why?”.
If I knew why people believe that they don’t need to keep their kitties safely contained, perhaps I could come up with an effective way to change that belief. If I knew what makes someone say, “I can’t keep my cat inside.”, maybe I could show them why that statement is incorrect. For now though, as so many things do when it comes to humans, it remains a mystery. But I refuse to give up, My Disciples, and I hope that you will not give up either. If you care about the health, happiness and safety of kitties everywhere, please continue to stand by My side in this fight. Please spread The Good Word to all who will listen, and together we might start to turn the tide against this delusion that kitties do not need safe boundaries.
So Sayeth Otis