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Published on Apr 30, 2008
UPDATE2: Unfortunately, Mickey stopped coming around a few months ago and both ourselves and the owners speculate that one of the coyotes in the canyon got him. The canyon was his favorite place to play, but unfortunately it may have been his downfall. We love and miss Mickey greatly. RIP Mickey Blue Eyes!!!
UPDATE1: We found out that Mickey Blue Eyes belongs to the neighbors two houses down. Here's the crazy part: his name is NICKY! He must have liked us because we named him Mickey, and he thought we were calling his name. Anyway, his parents were out of town the weekend he went crazy outside our window, and somehow he got out and couldn't get back into his house. So he was just looking for a place to stay. He now comes and visits us every night before his REAL parents get home. We have come to know and love Mickey Blue Eyes, he's like the buddy who comes over to say hi every day!
This is the neighborhood cat that has been meowing outside of our house for two days. Hours upon hours upon hours of meowing. We moved into this house about 2 months ago, and he just started showing up. He likes to sleep on top of the warm water heater. We don't think he is a stray because he appears well fed and has a clean, beautiful coat. We call him Mickey Blue Eyes because of his beautiful (although crooked) eyes. We're starting to wonder if he used to live here and the prior tenants abandoned him. Maybe he's saying, "who the hell are you, why are you in my house, and why won't you let me in?!!?" He lets us pet him, and enjoys it purrs and all, but he will randomly hiss at us and punch us with his paws. We haven't figured out if he's hungry, just lonely, or fargin' psycho. We're afraid of feeding him or letting him in because we don't want him to stay, as we are not allowed to have pets. Pinche gato!