This morning, our beloved kitty went to “the happy hunting grounds,” as my dad used to call heaven for cats and dogs. Floof was the best cat ever. So as I write this with tears in my eyes, I share with you these few little things: Be thankful for those around you. I am very thankful …
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The human-animal connection is unlike any other. We understand and interact with our pets at varied levels. On my little chart, dogs are the highest-interacting animals. Dogs also seem to have the ability to experience greater depths and heights of emotion than any other animal. No one would argue with the idea that goldfish are …
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Just a reminder from our cat, Floof… Everyone has different comfort zones.
Relax. As the stresses of life pile on me, as the weeks accumulate, I want to remember our kitty, Floof. He knows when to relax (most of the time) and where (anywhere).
Our cat, Floof, sleeps whenever he feels tired, which is the vast majority of every day (and night). He doesn’t need a bed to enter kitty slumbers. In this case, a board game box was a great place to begin his nap. I find myself looking for the perfect bed before I begin my sleep. Or the …
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It’s hard to operate a remote when you’re asleep.
Take a lesson from the cat, my child. Our cat is the most relaxed creature in the world. He can sleep just about anywhere. He has to, in order to get his required 23 hours of sleep each day.
Yes, our cat, Floof, is the king of the world. This particular post was one he chose, after being awoken from yet another nap.
We have the most amazing cat. He doesn’t mind if we do things like cover up his face (as long as he is asleep). He will lie asleep while we have all manner of fun with him. When he is awake? He’s wild. Floof’s the name, and entertaining us is his game.
Our cat Tiger (whose name is really “Floof” because of his very floofy coat) is a killer. He loves game hunting for birds or small rodents. He usually has his fun and then leaves the small beast in very sad condition. Often, he will bring the animal into our living area as a present of …
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