It was a beautiful Saturday in Sterling-Land.
And on the back doorstep was another beautiful thing. Or, it had been. An unusual green-winged moth, of the huge variety.
However, we didn’t notice it until a certain maniac cat named Sterling deposited it on the back doorstep. Needing and requiring attention and praise, he deposited it, that is.
The poor moth! It was desperately trying to flutter its wings but was only able to maintain a semi-circular walking pattern … sort of like how you feel after too much to drink and you have to keep one foot on the floor to keep the bed from spinning.
However, it was abundantly clear who had made this “kill”.
And it was even more abundantly clear that said Sterling Cat needed love and praise and high fives for accomplishing such an arduous task as neutralizing a lovely green moth.
Yep, he’s looking for dad to give him thanks and praise.
And the end result for the moth? About 15 minutes later, no sign of him. So he was either eaten entirely or finally got his wings working and made an escape. But he was not seen again.
And Sterling has been looking pretty pleased with himself all weekend.