Hello friends! Yesterday was National Feral Cat Day and I’ve been thinking about that for a while now. Of course we are thankful we have the opportunity to help our ferals, but my sisters and I have something that they do not have. We have a home. I’m pretty sure our ferals consider our outside domain to be their home, but I’m talking about the part that is inside the house.
There are so many things the we are thankful for that make our house our home. We have all the attention we want. We have toys galore. We have nice super soft blankets that constantly beg to be fluffed. We are warm in the winter and cool in the summer. There are warm and cozy cat beds scattered about along with cardboard scratchers and cat trees. There is the big bed that our humans so willingly share with us if we’re in the mood to pile in. We have a water fountain and multiple water bowls, and of course yummy food for breakfast and dinner. We each have our brushes, although some of us like them more than others. We’ve got lots of room to play Thundering Herds of Elephants whenever it’s time to romp n’ roll. We’ve got great Bird-TV with occasional appearances by rabbits, ducks, geese, foxes, squirrels, frogs, turtles, dogs and our feral cat friends. Most of all we have love and we give love, and that’s what makes our house a home.
So, today I’m thankful for all the all the comforts of home and I will be even more thankful when more homeless critters get to experience this joy. Remember, adopt cats, we deserve it!!!!! More Forever Homes More Often! Purrrrr! Zip! Later!