The weekend is coming to an end here, and I hope that all of you have had a pawsome one. My human has been busy taking care of the the little odds and ends associated with the move. But since I am a diabetic cat, I still need to be checked on and he always makes sure I’m taken care of.
Jacey and I like the new place. The human who had it before apparently cut a hole in between the wall between the kitchen and the bedroom. She used it as a formal dining room. So she cut that out so that she could pass the food between the kitchen and the dining room.
Well, my human doesn’t really like the chandelier in what he is using as the bedroom, and he doesn’t like the gap in the wall. But Jacey and I do. We like to use it as a little perch where we can sit and watch everything. It’s a catwalk!
My human went back to the old place this weekend to clean. It’s so funny how you humans want everything to be so clean. We are happy if we have a littler box to poop in and we can clean ourselves. But you humans want everything to be pretty much spotless. So my human spent something like four hours cleaning yesterday!
He also got to see the cat that lives upstairs from where we used to, who always used to talk to me and Jacey. Well, that cat was looking down, and saw my human. He talked to my human, and the humans from upstairs came out. They told my human that cat would come out every morning, trying to talk to me and Jacey and that he was sad that we left.
My human went back today to get some things taken care of that he didn’t yesterday, and he saw the cat again. He told the cat that Jacey and I were fine, and that we were happy in our new place. He gave that cat some eye blink kisses and the cat gave them back. Now that he knows we are okay, he is happy.
Some humans say that cats are not social creatures, but when you think about what happened with Jacey, me, and our furiend from upstairs, we are. Even diabetic cats like me like having furiends around although we wouldn’t let them see us getting our shots.