I like to response to Rafv’s post in his blog about coming to my house and the first thing he does is look for my male sibling Pepper rather than MOI.
Well just be careful when you play rough with Pepper because he can be:
CATastrophe – great disaster when they don’t like you….watch out for those claws
CATerwaul – They scratch and you will scream
To be honest, sometimes Rafv thinks he is a cat. Maybe he is a cat in wolf’s dressing.
I am serious, Rafv talks to Pepper all the time (especially when they are together in a corner)
Rafv, I heard your mummy wanted to bring Pepper home to keep you happy and worse, she may get you a kitten or a cat (for good). Before you are doom to have a feline as a sibling. I think you should tell your mummy the difference between dogs and cats
A dog thinks:
Hey, these people I live with feed me, love me, provide me with a nice warm, dry house, pet me, and take good care of me... They must be gods!
A cat thinks:
Hey, these people I live with feed me, love me, provide me with a nice warm, dry house, pet me, and take good care of me... I must be a god!
Dogs are faithful, affectionate, and courageous;
Cats are independent and are loners
Dogs concentrate on dominance and submission, play and are selflessly heroic. Dogs don’t put so much details in their surroundings
Cats are physically and mentally capable of exploring their surroundings in great detail.
To be fair to our human owners, studies have shown that pet owners are usually happier, compassionate, more independent and feel more secure than people without pets. Pet owners make friends easier, suffer less from loneliness and bounce back from grief faster. Pet owners are also more active and take better care of themelves. Bravo to our owners
So Auntie R, the more pets the merrier and it is ok for Rafv to have a feline sibling.
ps If you recall my last post and my last picture (cover the bits), my one and only female sibling Ginger, has to cover her face to sleep. Poor Girl