Very cute, even better ears!! As for the Mastiff, blame the kids/handlers not the dog, most I've been around have loved cats. Being in your/son's situation I would have done the same. Glad you can provide a wonderful home. e
Yeah I know it wasn't the dogs fault. I just said the breed so you got an idea of the size. I'm actually surprised the kids were able to hold him back because I see him dragging the owner (an older man) all around the neighborhood. Why h let kids have him in a playground I have no idea. I beleive if the dog wanted to really get him he would have. One swipe and kitty would have been dead.
I know shiny can you believe that crap? She was beeping her horn and I was wondering why the heck she was since we were trying to get it, thats what happens when someone comes after the fact and makes assumptions. Yeah I pulled my car over, left the door open, my son ran out to feed a kitten to the dog. Idiot Also, I got him to eat from the bowl, I am actually thinking maybe he was somebodys, do cats instinctly know how to use a litterbox? Because he did. Also, he has no fleas do they usually at this age, living outside? I can't believe anyone would leave a kitten this small outside esp. with all the strays. I'm guessing 6 weeks but he is really small so could be even less.
My husband will eb home very soon, he is going to be ticked. Oh well. Got a bunny and a kitty while he was gone. LOL