My good friend Paula @ onarainynight is Hosting a Book Give Away in honor of Her Mother's birthday. Hurry on over to her blog.She is Awesome. Okay WHO DID IT? WHO MADE THIS MESS?
HMMMM DOESN'T LOOK LIKE MY MESS MOMMA.....NOPE NOT MINE............................................
I was so funny yesterday. I was here in my studio working on Valentine Fun when I heard a crash and clutter and then furry little paws running down the hallway.
I went into the bathroom to discover the mess above. Both cats were so funny. I think they thought something was going to jump up at them. The picture that 'got away' was the two of them stretched out with back paws on the floor and both of them peering over the edge of the tub. They are hilarious. It was actually little Anna who made the mess. Callie was in here dozing across the back of my computer chair. She jumped as high as I did. Anna likes to climb around the edge of the tub and drink water out of the bamboo plant containers. They just sit in gravel and water.
If your remember, Anna was dumped in our yard with her siblings and we kept her. That was in SEPT. Callie being the Queen around here had her nose so bent out of shape it is a wonder she could smell food.
She stopped sleeping in our bed right next to me. That made me feel awful. But something happened while we were away for Christmas.
Callie has been in our bed every night since. She's either nestled next to me or at our feet. Last night she was right by me and Anna was curled at our feet.
They chase each other all over the house and no longer growl when they eat. She actually has taken a mother role to Anna.
So the pecking order must be well established and all is well once again.
I actually think Callie enjoys having another cat around to play with.
It is the first time we have been gone that she hasn't out right snubbed us for a day or two.
I know there are a lot of you out there with 'furry kids' and they are part of the family. I am at home every day alone while John is at work. Almost everyone I know is at work. These two are very precious to me.
They not only offer companionship but give me lots of love. When I am having bad day they seem to sense it and are extra attentive with their snuggling and purring.
If you know an older person or a disabled person who lives alone why not surprise them with a pet. Even goldfish give one something to care for and talk to.
It has been snowing all afternoon here---we are only supposed to get about a 1/2 foot. I can sit here in my studio and watch it fall in the street lights.
stay warm and give those pets extra love.