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Cats and Their Staff (Me)

Quiet, no peaceful.  Content, no blissful.  Settled, no sedated.  Attentive?  No, but watchful.  My two cats.  Try sleeping for 23 hours a day and see how you feel!  Just try smelling the same furniture for 11 years and see if … Continue reading

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Eight Hours

“There they go, off to their two jobs leaving me alone for at least eight hours.  Why both of them need to work I don’t know.  I heard talk about a bigger TV but I think the TV they have … Continue reading

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Sam & Sylvia Are Me

I’ve had these two beastly cats for ten years now so I know their moods, behavior and movements as much as they know mine. I have owned that they are both a part of me even though cats refused to … Continue reading

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Of My Cats and Mine’s Minds

My two cats can only be who they are, no more or less.  The controls of their lives are controlled by instincts that we can only sometimes admire.  You can try to train them for small feats or even discipline … Continue reading

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The Dog Next Door

“Eight hours of servitude lifted from me and I’m now the landowner.  I love it.  The previous owners left me with ‘Oprah’ which was fun at first but drew weak as she drew wearier and weightier.  Speaking of weightier..there it … Continue reading

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“Life With Cats”

(counselor: “So tell me a little about it.”) Well, it’s not easy to talk about it but I’ll try.  Growing up our family had one that lasted 14 years.  “Midnight” was her name and living across from a gully, she … Continue reading

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