Goro was out of humor always. And, he had a secret.
When Goro appeared in the Neko-sanctuary, he was an adult cat already.
I thought that he was about two years old.
His fur coat was a fine, subtle black stripe, and face, neck, chest was covered with pure white fur.
He had a pretty nice appearance.
Until August of 2005, he was getting food in the Neko-sanctuary, but moved to elsewhere.
He couldn’t get along with other cats of the Neko-sanctuary.
He did not go well in the Neko-sanctuary, because he was out of humor always.
It seemed that he didn’t want to do well with other cats.
Even for us, he was in a bad mood at all times, and if there was anything he didn’t like, he did cat punch immediately.
When it came to 5:00 evening, even the feeding time, he was gone to somewhere.
I noticed later, he was sitting at the entrance to the subway as if waiting for someone.
He may have been waiting for someone really.
He may have been waiting all the time his owner who had abandoned him, to come back, and bring him back to the house again.
His owner didn’t appear to be waiting, and to be waiting, it might make him out of humor.
His heart was broken in sadness, so he might have looked bad mood.
Goro had tried to enter the cake shop at the entrance of the subway.
Such as the day of the storm, such as cold days of winter, he entered quickly from automatic door casually, and hiding in the corner, but he was found eventually.
The cake shop owner gave him a cardboard box and put it on the back of the store, but he did not like it. The hot summer days, he used to take a nap in the public telephone box.
At the last, he was in the parking lot of the truck, little away from the cake shop, he was run over by one of the trucks. It was August 2007. After a while, I heard that from the owner of the cake shop.
Goro was still young, easy to avoid the truck, if he would not want, I thought. He was unlikely died in an accident. He may have become tired of waiting for the owner.