Bob Howell

Our family of cats continues to grow ... and it’s OK by Paula and me. The latest feline to be added is about three years old. She is mostly black — just like the midnight sky when there is a new moon ... except for a tiny white mustache beneath her nose. In fact, it is so small you can hardly make it out. The only other white you will notice are her white boots and a little white on her tummy.

As has been the case for so many of our cats, she found us. She started napping at our house during the daytime hours and in a week or so she was staying full-time in our backyard and sleeping overnight in our garage. 

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