Dr. Robin stumbled upon an 8-10 week old kitten last Thursday at the sale barn in Decatur. No one was around to claim him so she brought him to the vet clinic so that he wouldn't be run over or eaten by another animal. He is in good health; just a few scrapes here and there, and his nails and pads of his feet are worn down like he has been trying to climb up something, possibly a tree. She asked on Saturday if I wanted a new kitten. She's asked a few times in the past when the opportunity arose and my answer has always been NO, however, this time I am actually contemplating it and leaning toward YES. Sylvester is 5 now and it would be nice if he had a playmate. Plus it's just plain fun to have a kitten! :) And look how CUTE he is!!! So why am I contemplating you ask? Sylvester. Sylvester is the drawback. Sylvest is a little punkeroo that is full of attitude. You just never know what you are going to get with him. Sometimes he is sweet and precious and other times you would swear he was the devil. Life has definitely been more interesting with him around. So do I want to add another kitten to the craziness? Will Sylvest hate the new addition? Will we all survive? We'll know after Saturday.