Bradley is so fascinated by it all. He will be 3 months on Christmas day.
Cat-sittingThere are workers at a home where I am caring for cats and they were very nervous and upset when I arrived. (the cats not the workers) I expect the banging on the roof and the chatter of the men send these indoor-only cats in to a panic. All are ok, though and counted for. Little Willow was wedged in behind the Christmas tree and refused to leave her hidey-spot. I just talked to her and left her food close by. Rescue Remedy to the rescue. It's been helping them cope a bit with all the confusion. I added a few extra drops today. Renovations and cats don't usually mix well.
Meet Parker aka Parkie.
Parker is now Mr. Lovebug. I told him if his parents aren't home by tomorrow I would like a better photo of him and he seemed quite fine with that. Then he fell over and offered me his belly again. I caved. Then I opened his favorite can of food. He is living proof that the best way to a male's heart is through the stomach.
The only reason I hesitated to pat his tummy yesterday is because sometimes a cat who is very scared will offer you the tummy in its' confusion but really not accept your hand there. A quick bite will be your reward for accepting the offer. It is best to wait until you are sure that the cat is really starting to relax with you.
She is an only-cat who lives with a dog. I am always happy to see her as I have cared for her since 2010. She likes to be face-to-face with me and stands on a cupboard while we chat about her day.
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