Meowmoirs: November 27, 2020 Welcoming the New Baby

The human is pregnant, and a new little baby is about to join the household. And of course, Earnie can tell before even the humans can. There are signs of pregnancy everywhere, and Earnie has never been more excited to share the humans' attention with someone. 

Meowmoirs: it's time to welcome a very strange new kitten into the family.

Read about Earnie's reaction to his human about to give birth to a tiny new human and the things he does in the preparation for the new cub's arrival. Spoiler: Earnie is a good cat. 

Read last week's entry about the mimikitty - the cat in the mirror who copies everything that Earnie does here!

You can hop back to the first entry about the day of adoption right here as well. 

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Meowmoirs: October 9, 2020 Getting Adopted

Every adopted pet has a start to their journey. The adjustment to a new home, a new family, a new life - it all takes a lot of effort. We, as owners who adopt with the best of intentions, never really know what that adjustment feels like to our pets. 

Well, allow this adopted cat to explain to you exactly what it feels like. 

Welcome to Meowmoirs - the diary of a cat.

His name is Earnie, he's an older cat, and he's been up for adoption for a little while now. But the day has finally come, and he's found a new forever home. Except, does it feel like a forever home to him?

first entry of meowmoirs diary of a cat written from a cat's perspective getting adopted thumbnail includes a picture of a cat glaring and text over a notebook page 'Cat - Meowmoirs: Getting Adopted October 9, 2020 "I used my glare of doom on them to warn them off but two humans kept looking into my cage awing and cooing" ACANH CHEEZ URGE'
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This right here is great.

Thirty three-year-old Christopher Hiscock seems like a pretty normal guy according to the National Post.

Except of course for the fact that he stole a truck to drive west, broke into a ranch and spent the day living comfortably in its confines before the resident came home and found Hiscock.

"She found the accused in her home watching TV," Crown lawyer Mike Wong said.

"He had started a fire in the fireplace and prepared himself a meal. He said he had been driving by and the door was open, so he came in.

..."The accused appears to have done some laundry. He also fed the cats and put out some hay for the horses," Wong said. "He used (the residents') toothbrush and shaver, he had taken some meat out of the freezer to thaw and he had written in their diary."

Yes. That's right. He even found the residents' diary and wrote in it.

In beautiful proof that the law can sometimes work for the people, the court released his one diary entry.

"Today was my first full day at the ranch," he wrote in the diary. "I fed the cats and horses. So much I can do here I have to remind myself to just relax and take my time.

"I don't feel alone here, I guess with 2 cats and 3 horses it's kinda hard to be alone. Last night I had a fire in the house. It was so (peaceful). I slept like a little baby.

I saw a picture in the basement on the wall of a man holding and weighing fish on a boat. Looking at him I realized we look a lot alike, but I think I'm more handsome."

They did not release either a picture of Hiscock or a the picture of the man weighing the fish, so we cannot confirm or deny whether Hiscock is more handsome. Although that question will keep us awake at night.

The story has a kind of happy ending, since he was only given probation by the judge.

Hiscock, who has no prior criminal record, apologized in court.

"I made a lot of mistakes," he said. "There's really no excuses for it."

He was still beaming about his brief stay at the ranch.

"Beautiful ranch," he said. "Gorgeous. I was driving and I just turned in. Beautiful place."

Judge Chris Cleaveley placed Hiscock on a one-year probation term with orders barring him from contacting the residents of the ranch and the owner of the Ontario truck.

But his future prospects look less than ideal.

"I really have nowhere to go," he said... "The woods is a good place, I suppose. There's a lot of fish out there."

Never stop dreaming, folks.