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Friday, November 18, 2011

Carla's Five Minutes

Me and Mommy

Hi everyone! It’s me, Carla Yastrzemski! Mommy usually does the 5 minute Friday but I wanted to do this one. Mommy has school, stuff to do and I don’t start school, until next year, so I can do it. I’m gonna do it on her blog because 5-Minute Friday is a Mommy’s blog thing, not ours.

So, I get 5 minutes to talk about the word grow. Kaline is gonna time me so I don’t write too much.

Okay, GO!

Well, growing started when I was a kitten. I don’t remember being a kitten so much. I think I had a home for a while. Mommy and Daddy say that’s why I am so cuddly.

For some time I was a kitten on the streets, so I didn’t really grow up in a home. I grew up the hard way. There was a tomcat I thought was nice, but he hurt me and then I had kittens on the way, growing inside me. Tom left and I was alone.

A nice lady found me and helped me have my kittens. But, I wasn’t in real good shape and my kittens never got a chance to grow. Then the lady took me to the shelter where I could be cared for and they’d help me find a home.

In October 2009, after a rough life in the streets and then living in a cage, I met nice people who came to see cats at the shelter. Those people ended up being Mommy and Daddy who took me home.

I didn’t get along with my new brother and sister at all at first, but we grew on each other.

I grew sad when Baggle died. I missed him, but Kaline and I grew better together as sisters. Now I see that I grow happier every day. Now I AM growing up in a home!


What do you think? How’d I do?

Keep Reading Mommy’s blog and stop by Behind Orange Eyes and read our blog too!


Kaline and I are going to The Gypsy Mama's blog to read some more 5 Minute Fridays! You should too!

1 comment:

Nancy @ A Rural Journal said...

Very cute post, Carla! I think my 8 or 9 cats would like you very much! :)