Pregnant cat outside my window
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When I was living in a boarding house back in Yokohama, there was a young cat, obviously carrying litters and I can clearly see she was about to give birth. She was very young. She was probably living compelled by her instinct alone but she didn't know what to do with her litters about to be born. She could only roam around until she was ready to give birth. She was hissing and panicking outside my window the day we met. She was looking for a place to settle and have her litter but she didn't know what to look for that became clear to me when I placed a cardboard box on its side with used clothes lining inside. She was just staring at the box, not going in even in her panicked state. It took a good 4 minutes for her to decide it is o.k. to go in. She dashed in that afternoon. It was quiet. I didn't hear a sound coming out. I spent the rest of the evening going about my usual routine and went to sleep.