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Learning to Love a Cat — 3 Comments

  1. It was a huge change for me when Monty first came into my life. I had a new responsibility, not just to feed and clean up after him, but to play with him, help him become socialized properly and to give him a safe outside experience. But all the hard work is worth it for sure. Now I can’t imagine my life without him. He helps me get outside more, as I supervise his adventures. He doesn’t let me sleep too late or become too much of a couch potato. He likes me to do interesting things so he can watch. I love watching him climb trees. He’s so amazing.

  2. Yes I often take in a new cat in need even though I know it could bring problems but pretty soon I love that cat as much as the others and as much as my kids and dogs.
    It’s hard parting with my rescue animals when I find them good homes but for every one I do that for it makes room for another and I always say they can come back to me if needs be.

  3. I think every cat is loveable if you take the time to get to know them.
    It annoys me when anyone says why won’t my new cat let me pick her up and cuddle her?
    It works both ways, the cat needs to get to know and trust the person they have just met and that can’t be expected to happen overnight.

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