Wild geese fly south in the winter in search of warmer climate and better
feeding grounds, but what if one falls in your backyard late at night?
This happened to Madam in December of 1967 in Linton, Oklahoma.
Madam’s cantankerous cat, Flo, is asleep on the sofa in the den when
she’s awakened by a noise. The disturbances are the croaking and
honking sounds of a goose, but it sounds like it has a cold. The sound
disturbs Flo, so she goes to Madam’s bedroom to summon her to take
care of matters. Madam goes out and gets the goose over Flo’s protest,
but she convinces Flo that they have to take care of the goose until it
is able to fly again. Madam knows that the struggle between Flo and
the goose isn’t going to be easy, but her goal is to help the goose heal.