Can't quite see it? Never fear! I took a close-up shot:
Yup! That be cat shit. Nice huh? All this week I've been fearful that I would come down to find more on my car. A girl at work told me that she heard that cats don't like lavender or citrus scents. I sprayed down the top on the outside and inside and so far it's working. I don't want to do anything to hurt the cat. Who I'd like to hurt is my neighbor who parks her car two down from mine. I surmise that she has an oil leak because she dumped what appears to be half of a bag of kitty litter in her parking space. It's been there a while and the neighborhood cats have used it as their outdoor facilities. She hasn't cleaned it up. If my memories from prior feline companionship serve me well, cats don't like a dirty litter box and they'll let you know by performing spiteful dumps in places they think will get their point across. This point was well taken but they're meowing up the wrong tree.
Another funny thing to happen this past week, occurred when I was driving home one night. I saw what appeared to be a relatively well groomed man dancing around on the corner of Sunset and Crescent Heights in West Hollywood while holding a cut out of the top of a pizza box. How did I know it was specifically a pizza box? It said "pizza." But, it was one of those generic boxes not a Pizza Hut or Dominoes type box. I started laughing and thought to myself the dude must be drunk and not realize that his "Will Work for Food" sign was facing the wrong way. I lost sight of him when a truck pulled into my line of view. When the light turned green and traffic began moving forward, I caught a glimpse of the guy again. He had turned his sign around. It now read: "I need beer." I laughed my ass off as I headed on home. I guess my first assumption wasn't far from the truth.