Unexpected Addition


I woke up Sunday morning to Casper barking barking barking, unstoppable. I came downstairs, opened the back door, and saw this:
Apparently, it rained kittens. Or at least one kitten. So of course I took him inside. It was bad timing because I’m getting ready to leave for Oklahoma for Weston’s Army basic training graduation, but I have neighbors taking care of the farm while I’m gone and the kitten will also be taken care of. More about kitten when I get back.

Meanwhile, Oklahoma, here I come! Can’t wait to see Weston!

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