Our new kitten. Probably about 5 months old (he adopted us) Has gotten a very strange habit. When our puppy got sick he stayed by his side til he got better. When our goat got sick he stayed by his side til he got better. He sits with them. Eats with them and everything. (We put his food in a seprate bowl) He was there at three in the morning with the goat the other day. Hubby went to work and the cat was sitting curled up to the goat. They are now good friends. I guess he is just a carring cat. I have never had a cat do that before.
I read and really enjoyed one of your poems way back in April, brought a smile - that's what life is about.
Re your kitty DR what a wonder. Folks keep saying that cats are independent and don't need this, that and the other - absolute Tosh ie rubbish. Don't question what he is about, just be grateful. Have you called him DR or Doctor.
Here in Scotland - it is impossible to get a kitten. Gone are the days when cats roamed around free. We had our last puss for 17 years and when we decided we could maybe give a good home to a kitten - wow adoption procedures were tough, home visits etc. So Charly didn't choose us we chose her - only because she was cuddling into the smallest of the litter and keeping him warm. We wanted him as well, but he was already booked.
I for one and I'm sure all the other cat lovers would love to hear all about DR's future antics.
I want to encourage youngsters (male or female) to get into the kitchen and enjoy cooking. TASTE it!