- Oct 10, 2017
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Well from my married and four kids self, I fully agree with you my pet's have always been family dogs and cat's and I prefer my cat to some of the two legged family membersWillow eats brekky, lunchie, din-din, and her bedtime snackie. She's a pwecious wecious widda spoiled wotten pwincess, yes she is, she is.
She's very much the baby of the family even though she's going to be bigger than both of my dogs, quite possibly bigger than both of them combined.
For that matter, referring to my single childless self and pets as a "family" is probably pretty ridiculous by most people's standards.
Awws. It is not silly or ridiculous, as I whisper on Bourbon's ear too the same thing.
Grembly will randomly climb on top of the refrigerator & meow loudly for no particular reason, which can get a bit annoying pretty quickly. She did this once while a friend of mine was visiting & I apologized for the noise. My friend then says to me ‘Maybe she just wants to show you something?‘ & gets up to walk into the kitchen. I then hear her say in a very excited voice to Grembly ‘Look at you! Look at how high up you are! Good job! How’d you get so tall?’ Grembly meowed right back at my friend & then jumped down on the floor, seemingly satisfied with the conversation. Now every time Grem gets on top of the fridge, we have a lovely little ‘conversation’ & I provide lots of positive affirmations. I will also randomly ask both my girls ‘How’d you get so pretty? How is it possible to get so pretty?’
No is a good word and we use it too. Gibsy is an exceptional kitty. The prettiest little snuggler!He's a cat....listens about as well as any of them. (actually, he's got a pretty good grasp on NO)