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Thursday, June 4, 2015

A Special Cat

This is about a very special cat that Lynettea met while she was waiting for the bus. The bus stop is at the shopping centre, so you can imagine there were quite a number of people walking past. I take Lynettea out into our street, but this would be far too busy for me. So Lynettea was very surprised to see an elegant white kitty go past wearing a halter and leading her human. Her human then sat down on the wooden bus seat beside the bus stop and helped the kitty to step into a carrying bag.
Lynettea was very intrigued by this and spoke to the kitty's human. She doesn't know much cat language and perhaps would not dare to speak directly to such a regal kitty anyway. The human told Lynettea that Adela was a very special cat and her occupation was a Pet Therapy Cat.
Then everyone boarded the bus, with Adela in her special carry bag.
At the next stop a bunch of rowdy people got on, shouting at one another and cursing. Adela did not seem at all concerned. A bit later on, she put her paws out of the bag, but her human security person stroked her furs and put her paws back inside. Then they got off the bus at a stop in the Parklands, so Adela could take her human for a nice walkies on the grass.

Adela Pet Therapy Cat riding on the bus

6 comments:

Summer at sparklecat.com said...

What a special kitty! Actually she sounds just a little bit like me.

Kitties Blue said...

What a sweet photo of Adela, and how fun to meet here. XOCK, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

Georgia and Julie said...

Adela is a special cat indeed.
We bet the people she sees appreciate her visits.
Thanks for posting about this kitty.
Purrs Georgia and Julie,
Treasure and JJ

The Island Cats said...

Adela sounds like a very special cat. Lynnettea was lucky to get to meet her.

Kari said...

The lovely white kitty has a very special job. Not many of us kitties, or pups for that matter, are suited for such work.

meowmeowmans said...

Adela sounds very special, indeed, Sasha! How neat for Lynettea to have the opportunity to meet her and her human.