Don’t be fooled by her deceiving looks.
Behind that friendly face is a cunning crazy old woman who likes to kidnap cats.
The Missing Boots
The photo above was taken last December 2012, happier days when Boots loved us and wanted to be with us always. She tolerated me and my husband, but loved T and had so much patience with her even though T liked to strangle the poor cat. In return, T let Boots play with her favourite soft toys as seen in the photo. Boots with T’s precious bunny rabbit which she named Zak.
Boots was last seen in front of the our house about a month or so ago. For a minute, we thought that she changed her mind, we opened our door to coax her in. But she gave us a long stare as if to say “I’m just here to say Hi” and then left us once again.
We know that the woman pictured above has kidnapped her. We have a solid witness who can prove this in every single high court in England.
The Missing Benjie
Last seen resting on a neighbour’s wall.
A few days ago, as we stepped out of our door to do the school run we noticed a bowl of white chicken meat by our neighbour’s door. We didn’t think much about it till we bumped into her and she explained that she was trying to lure Benjie back in. We later learned that the crazy cat woman (pictured above), actually had the gall to knock on her door and demand that our neighbour sign a note relinquishing ownership of Benjie, so she could register him with a vet as her own. Our neighbour refused to sign, instead she’s also trying to lure her cat back. I doubt it’s working though because while the bowl is empty, there is still no sign of her furry friend.
See, I told you she was conniving.
We’ve reported her to the cat authorities and wish for her arrest soon.
The above story is true, except for the part where we reported the woman and that we hope for her arrest soon. The only hope we have is that Boots will decide to return home to us. Other than that, we do not wish any one harm.
That’s one of the charms of living in a little village, there are bound to be interesting or weird characters around, the village drunk or curmudgeon, the gossip, in our case, we have a “cat-lady”. I’ve never met her, don’t really have any ill feelings towards her, although I do want our cat back.
Do you have any crazy cat woman in your vicinity or even just an interesting person?