Hello, everyone. Today, Bagheera is enjoying a sun puddle. I was sitting by the window and got up to eat some noms. He does not want to get up because we have had a few cold and rainy days and he is enjoying the warmth. He tells me it is good for a diabetic cat to get sun, but I think he just wants to work on his fur tan. I will ambush him later to get him back, but for now, I will share some stories that you may have missed this week.
Bagheera and I try to keep from focusing on the same topic too much here. We do that with the human, when we want to go on the balcony, want him to clean up the litter, want noms, or want to play. Then we focus on the thing we want until he gets the message. He doesn’t always do what we want, but he knows about it.
That is why it was unusual for us to tell you about a victim of horrible animal abuse, Elizabeth. Both Bagheera and I have always lived in a home where a human took care of us. Even though Bagheera is a diabetic cat, he never had to worry about having a human around to help him. Sadly, that was not the case for poor Elizabeth, and she left us after fighting the injuries an evil human inflicted on her. Her story is one that shows how both felines and humans must work to stop animal abuse!
But Elizabeth’s spirit is strong. The evil human took away her physical presence, but her spirit is helping save other felines. One day after she left us, another feline was rescued because of the help many humans gave to Elizabeth. The sweet girl is pain free and still helping felines.
And even though there are far too many evil and cruel humans whose abuse must be stopped, there are many stories of kind humans who help us. Some of them are human kittens. A six year old girl saved a young kitten by going outside to the bushes where the kitten was hiding and meowing to her.
Well, I am going to go ambush the lazy diabetic cat who is lounging around now. I hope you have a good day.