First DP and Cam of Square Foot Gardening find a baby kitten; which was a lucky kitten since DP adopted her, then guess what I find in my compost bin???? I have heard of compost bins attracting skunks, voles, raccoons and many other wild animals, but this is a first for a kitten. This kitten is wild but we are taming him. He is so sweet and we will temporarily call him 'Compost' since we found him in the compost bin and since he was eating food scraps. I was about scared out of my skin to see him moving in the bin when I went to put in some scraps. I was much more scared than him as he was okay with it, but moved on pretty quickly.
If anyone would like to adopt 'Compost' please contact me as soon as possible. I will be happy to deliver. He needs to find a new home asap as I do not want to take him to animal control. I cannot keep another cat and am already feeding several wild cats in addition to my little Orkin. I have also posted Compost on Freecycle.
Thanks in advance.
in the garden....looking for people to be more responsible with their animals so as to prevent homeless and motherless kittens from having to eat out of compost bins.