Early in the dewy morning, we went to fight the lazy Monday
blues by annihilating five hundred calories or so at a beautiful
three-par golf course in Damascus, and a slightly unkempt, young
gray tabby met us at the golf carts, greeting, purring, petting us.
She caddied the whole nine-course for us, polishing our clubs with
her striped fur, arranging the balls with her paws, lying on the tee
areas to help us find them, assisting in looking for lost balls,
chasing the putted balls on the greens, letting us pet her and lighten
up our blood pressures after bad slices, lending a hand at rescuing a
lost bull frog on green number six.
Found out, before leaving, that the little tabby was just a new and
unwelcome stray, although a distinct lover of people who golf!
How can that be unwelcome?
Our very special Caddy Cat.