February 17th 2013 4:57 am
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A bit belated Buddha thank you to all his feline friends for your thoughtfulness, caring, treats, rosettes, stars, and Valentines.
Buddha keeps himself very busy lately between helping with Lucy Liu's physical therapy by trying to encourage her to get up and move around, playing with and supervising the younger cats, mentoring Buttons, keeping everyone's heads and ears washed, helping to keep my blankets nice and warm for me at night, and taking care of his own needs too.
Yesterday I had a bad headache and Buddha spent most of the day laying on my lap, purring, doing his best to comfort me in his own feline way. Somehow he always knows when I'm not feeling well, when I'm in pain, when I'm sad, when I'm depressed, etc and although other cats will come lay with me and try to comfort me too, Buddha is the one who ALWAYS is right there with me at these times.
Anyone who believes the myths that cats are independent, aloof, cold-natured etc, simply haven't opened their minds and hearts enough yet to enjoy a good relationship with a cat and those people don't know what they're missing!
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Absolutely! Cats cover the whole range of emotional makeups - they're no different than humans in that respect...only smarter! Hehehe...
Here's a secret..I know when my meowmy doesn't want to go to werk...SO I sit on her lap and purrsss up a storm..MOL!
Our hummins are vry lucky to have us in thier lives. Keep up the good werk Buddah!