What are Alpacas? Are they food? I sure hope so! I’m kinda hungry. Meow!
Finally, we parked at the Blue Mesa Alpaca Farm. I jumped out ready to explore. As Mommy and I walked toward the Alpacas, I realized that I would NOT be eating them. Bummer! They were very big and fluffy. They seemed very curious about me. I still haven’t gotten used to all the attention being the ultimate adventure cat. I just do what I do. Meeeoow!
Then we walked over to the horses. I met a horse before so I knew they wouldn’t hurt me. I guess walking around their “paws” is not a good thing. I just wanted to see them better. In trouble!
I met the farm cat. We sat and growled at each other. You know, doing the cat thing. My human daddy didn’t think I should do that, so I got in trouble again. It’s hard being a kitten.
Just when I thought I’d never get to do anything fun. I got to walk off leash! What a blast! I think the alpacas were jealous because they kept watching me.
I started to get curious about them, so I crept slowly toward their pen. It’s hard to be stealthy when my human mom is so big and walks loudly. Things I have to put up with. Meow! As I approached the fence, all of sudden a massive white dog appeared on the other side and barked at me. He was mad. Like does he really think I’m going to eat them or something. They are huge! I did my best scaredy cat and ran back to our home. Why do dogs always ruin all my fun? I’ve never done anything to them.
I spent the rest of our time catching juicy grasshoppers and watching Stuart, the old boy, walk around. He’s not adventurous like me but he’s old. My mommy said that I need to be nice and respect my elders.
For my next big adventure, Hot Air Balloons. Not sure what that means but I pretty sure it’s going to be pawesome!
I was born Feb. 28, 2015. I am part Maine Coon and Tabby. My human parents adopted me when I was 4 months old from Columbia, MO humane Society. I travel with them around the country in our motor coach.