Are you one of those cat parents who has spent way too much time putting together something for your precious kitty only for it to be forgotten about minutes later? <Raise Hand> I am guilty of doing this, maybe even more than once. But hey, I’m not alone here. Peach Peachblossom‘s mom Frances spent an entire day building a castle for her lovely prince of cat. Complete with eight rooms and tunnels connecting each of them, this four story high palace was explored by Peach for 10 whole minutes before moving onto new and more interesting things. Typical prince-like behavior.
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Never lose hope. That’s what one family did and 15 years later – they were rewarded with the best possible gift out there. The return of their lost cat, Winston. The adventurous feline would leave home for days at a time but always returned within a reasonable amount of time until one day, the one-year old black kitty disappeared for good. It wasn’t until a vet called to say that Winston was alive and well. He was found on a road just 35 miles away from his old home, taken to a vet, and because he was micro-chipped, reunited after 15 long years with his owner, Jan. No one has any idea where he has been all these years – they’re just relieved to see him back at home, where he belongs!
“Where do you want to climb this weekend” is everyday talk between this man and his daughter, who also happens to be a cat. Craig and his feline furbaby, Millie, go adventuring almost every weekend, normally taking to the mountains to climb. When at home, according to this video, you will find Millie climbing just about anything and everything. The thrill-seeking kitty has opened her dad’s eyes to other outdoor activities that he wouldn’t have otherwise tried. What an inspiration to get a cat, isn’t it?!
This is a great video that digs deep into why humans are obsessed with cats and how felines have taken over the Internet, our homes, and our lives.
Are you a cat person? Did you grow up with cats? Has your best friend always been your cat? Well good news! You’re not alone. In fact, cats have been worshiped for eons dating back to the Egyptians. The vikings also took a liking to these feisty kittens often bringing them on their ships.
There are a lot of people in this world that have the same feelings about cats and now, more than ever, our interest in their lives has hit a high. It’s fascinating to see how cats can survive anywhere from the Arctic cold to the Hawaiian warmth. It’s also quite interesting, after watching this video, to learn that cats don’t meow in the wild. Being domesticated they have learned that if they “speak” they will get attention and treats.
I leave you with this question: Who really controls who – do you control the cat or does the cat control you?