Grace is an interesting cat. She does not like traditional “pet” toys. I am still trying to figure out what to get her for Christmas. In the meantime, I guess I will let her rest under the Christmas tree.
Stan Lee, the master of the comic verse, passed the other day. Lee, responsible for the creation of so many superheroes, Iron Man, Spider-Man, the X-Men, The Fantastic Four, and The Black Panther was a genius. No doubt he probably would have gotten a good laugh at the recent Geek Tyrant post of his memorable characters super personas reimagined as cats. R.I.P. Stan Lee.
There is something wonderful and inevitable about the fall season. It is the start of trees losing their leaves and revealing their true colors, cooler temperatures, fall fashion and for most of us, a return to school and more intense work – budgets, hiring decisions. It is also the start of many new and exciting things as we enter into the holiday season. Somehow for me, and it appears for Grace the cat, the fall brings a sense of peace and of purpose.
CCL is on the move again. This time to Florida. For a time it means I will have Grace, the overweight but lovable Tabby that CCL adopted.
For more information on how you can adopt a pet visit http://www.humanesociety.org/
For those who live in Washington, D.C. area go to http://www.humanerescuealliance.org/
An oldie but goody from catz.
I haven’t been traveling as much lately so the cats and I have settled into a routine. I let them out to roam around usually twice a day. Then we cuddle while I work. I have been working on both my normal job and decluttering my home (shout out to Freecycle).
Anyway, here is me taking one of the few trips I have this fall and clearly Koko was not happy. She either wanted to come with me or didn’t want me to leave.
Very rarely do we make our wishes known. We are afraid of hurting other people’s feelings and in the end wind up hurting ourselves and the other person.
Sometimes, just take the time to sit on the luggage and spark the conversation.