Faces in the Crowd – Feline Funk

Posted on January 7, 2016 under Faces in the Crowd with one comment

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You can take the boy out of the country but you can’t take the country out of the boy.

Meet George.

George is not a happy camper these days. As a matter of fact it would appear that he might require some therapy. He used to be a “country cat” but now he’s a “townie.” Last year’s brutish winter convinced his owners to move to town for the coming winter. George protested but then grudgingly agreed.

Like most country cats, George is an expert mouser. Sorry. He was an expert mouser but in his new digs, there is nary a mouse to be found. His “raison d’etre” has been severely compromised.

A family friend issued this stern dictum: “George, get over it.”

You can take George out of Georgeville but you can’t take Georgeville out of George.

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One Response to Faces in the Crowd – Feline Funk

  1. George says:

    Thank you Len for the coverage. I want everyone to know how unhappy I am about this move. Let me know when you want me at the book signing.

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