Hello everyone! I thought I'd write about my new little cutie, Miss Inky Pidge or Inky P., as I like to call her, before tackling the more serious subjects of Confederate statues and life after financial disaster.
As you can see she is indeed a cutie. She was sleepy in this picture and fighting sleep so badly. She is a 3 month old Calico short hair and was the runt of the litter. I adopted her from the Bella Foundation. However, being the runt has not stopped her from developing an attitude and being a very confident cat. She is into everything these days and I do mean everything. She is quite the little explorer. Everything goes in her mouth, just like a human baby. She bites and paws everything. I will have to deal with those front claws when she gets a bit older, they are like little razors. She whines when she is put into her room for the night. I can't stand it when she whines, I have to hold her. She sound so pathetic, sad and mournful. I'm going to be sucker when I have kids.
She loves people so she is perfect for me. She hasn't met anyone yet she does not like. My good friend Brian helped me name her. Inky P fits this little girl to a "t". She is constantly purring no matter who is holding her. My family loves her too. My nieces passed her back and forth the other day just about all afternoon until she had had enough. She wiggles and squirms and about does a backflip out of your hands when she wants some space. I can't wait to introduce her to my friends.
Cats make wonderful companions if you have never owned one. They are intelligent, independent, self-sufficient and very cuddly, when they want to be. I think God likes those attributes or he would not have made them that way. I know there will be lots of cats in Heaven. And for all you dog lovers, there will be lots of dogs too.
As miss Inky P would say, Meow, Meow!
Until next time,