Banjo

Book Two, Story Five

Banjo is an all-black feral cat, very sleek and very shiny. She is a very good mother; she not only nurses her kittens, but also washes them and looks out for them. She has beautiful yellow-green eyes and when she looks at you, you might think you are looking into a “light,” her eyes are that vibrant! Banjo is a name that I liked when I heard it. A friend, Sue Zimmerman, had a cat named Banjo, and I liked that name so much that I named this feral barn cat Banjo, too. Baby Black happens to be black like Banjo, but Banjo also has kitties that are a tortoise calico, with tan and black flecks. Banjo is a feral cat at my barn that I cannot touch. She moves back and forth from barn to woods and woods to barn and comes and goes as she pleases.

 

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