It doesn’t take much to amuse me these days. Being in hibernation mode for months on end isn’t the most fun. So, when a momma cat took up residence underneath my shed with her three kittens last week it’s been quite the entertainment. They’re at the age where they’re chasing each other around obstacles and tumbling over each other. They’re quite shy as any movement will send them scurrying under the shed. I’m not exactly sure what to do with them. Even though they’re stinkin’ cute, do I want a cat family living under my shed? I kind of want to catch one and tame it, but not sure how that would work considering I have an older cat. The Humane Society might take them? What would you do?
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