Saturday, March 17, 2012
Kali the Unusual Kitten
I gave Kali her name because she has tri color features and calico sounds pretty. But since she is a tortoise shell and not a genuine calico I spelled her name Kali. It made sense to me at the time.
Kali and two male siblings were born to an unwed mother under my trailer. Being a Christian I enticed them to become civilised as the only way to save them from the wild dissolute lifestyle their mother would surely teach them. It was relatively easy enticing them with food as kittens. But their mother didn't fall for it. She seems content to live off rats and handouts and make more kittens. Often in the middle of the night. Just their singing before sex is amazing to listen to at 3 a.m.
Well, the kittens have fully paid health insurance including reproductive health benefits. I'm not one of those Christians against birth control. Apparently I'm not against socialised medicine either.
Kali has some really weird traits. She materializes and dematerializes. It's unnerving to actually see it happen. Usually I just notice that she's done it. I happened to have my camera out and caught her in the act of materializing. Actually seeing it happen right in front of you that's is something that defies description.
Kali also happens to be the name of a Hindu deity.
Photographs of Kali and story about Kali (C) 2012 David H. Roche
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