Monday is Memorial Day when we honor those who have given their lives in service for our country. I thank each and every one of them for their sacrifices. I also honor veterans and those currently in service to our country. Tell them thank you when you see them because they certainly appreciate it.
Remember last week when you accepted all those cats from Fred and the problems you might have?
I thought of some other things. How would you feed all those cats! Heaven forbid that you eat before they do.
You might have a revolt on your hands!
You might have to resort to this.
Next would be the matter of visits to the vet for annual checkups and to make sure everyone is “fixed”.
Cats like having their own hiding places or comfortable spots where they just like to be left alone.
Do you have room for all the “gifts” they might bring you?
Cats have made it known they would like catnip legalized
because this is embarrassing!!
Can you imagine all of your cats on catnip?
Could cause some problems
But, if you’re like me,
and I’m sure everything will be okay. 🙂
Last week in talking about the “weirdness” of cats, I used this picture, among many.
Yes, cats remember how their kind was treated thousands of years ago.
So you accepted Fred and all of his friends. Wonder what your house would look like now. There would be the problem of where they would all sleep. You might have to do this.
The overflow may have to sleep with you!
Well, enough of that! What else might happen?
Once they wake up, there might be a grouch among the group.
They’ll want to play.
They’ll want to look outside to see what’s going on.
They’ll have to introduce themselves to the dog.
They’ll need their exercise.
There are very different personalities among all these cats. Anything from a fraidy cat,
a shy cat,
a well educated cat,
a smart cat,
to a cat that’s just being a smarty pants!
But even through all the situations that come about, they will still love you.
That’s a good question! To some people that’s exactly the way cats act. Granted, these probably seem weird.
However, they just might be trying to figure out who they are!
Have you ever thought about the things we have in common with cats? As a young child, did you ever get scared and want to crawl in with Mom and Dad?
Have you ever been too hot and needed to cool off?
Or just the opposite. Have you ever been too cold?
Do you get excited to open presents you get?
Marion Lovato is the author of Sam, the Superkitty. Her book describes an ordinary cat changing into a superhero to protect his family from things that go bump in the night. Available on Amazon as a paperback or Kindle edition. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1604588667