The Life of Cats


| 8/9/2017 10:34:00 AM


Mel Boone

 

 

Perhaps it's just me, but being related to farmers, or at least coming from a farm family, can give you a unique outlook on life. Or, at least it differs somewhat from someone who has never experienced farm life. I can't say that I know everything that a farm kid does; however, even though I was a town kid, spending time on my grandparents' farm gave me some insight on life that I'm betting some of the town kids never got.

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Missy and her kittens



One of those experiences was a firsthand look at where our food comes from. It starts long before it gets the the grocery store. Another experience is the life and death of the animals on the farm, along with the occasional surprise.



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