Monday Surprise Chez Cat Wisdom 101 by Clyde and edited by Layla Morgan Wilde Whether you have two cats or ten, there is always something happening. Today we have a Monday surprise. If anything changes in the household, cats not only notice, they respond towards the other cat, pets, or humans. We’ve gone through a difficult year of illness, death
Hello there and happy Monday! Feeling blah or blue? It’s your host Merlin, to the emotional rescue. One of the things I appreciate on a rough day is the support of a good friend. For me, the support is literal when Domino wedges his hulking weight against me. He purrs a loud, vibrato in my face, guaranteed to blow the
UPDATED: Our Friday Flashback from last year with Domino demonstrating his “seeing-eye cat” moves, making sure blind Merlin is comfortable and safe. It’s a favorite sundown watching/feeling/be-ing spot and ironically a few feet away from where we buried Radish. It’s a happy place despite the sadness right now. Last year Merlin used up #8 of his nine lives but bounced back.
Welcome to another Mancat Monday with Merlin and Domino. We’re old friends, loyal and true. You may not know but during all those years when Domino remained fiercely feral and chose to live outdoors, he was my friend. We weren’t cuddle buddies then. More like arm’s length acquaintances. For a very long time he wouldn’t let anyone near him
When our cat Merlin’s lifelong companion died he was sad and lonely. At age 16 we wondered if it was too late to introduce a kitty companion or two. Three years later, Merlin is happy with his three devoted cat pals. They groom him in places he can’t reach, snuggle with him day and night and keep an eye out
Merlin and Domino say TGIF! Cat lovers are always in good company. Peace, love and purrs…
Merlin here…it’s World Cat Day! I’ve been thinking about friends lately and how important they are. My best friend for sixteen years was my sister Coco who went to kitty heaven last year. I was really sad until Odin and Gris Gris came to live with us. Coco was never as sociable as me. I’ve always had outside friends: cats