All my life, I avoided cats.

Simply had nothing to do with them.

I was sure I was a dog person- and I was also sure that this is an either/ or situation.

Cats do have that distancing spoiled self sureness about them- they always look as if they are doing you a favor by eating the food you give them .

Where as dogs- well- they are just about the greatest thing alive in my opinion- they are giving, and sensitive , and smart, and loving, and loyal-well- in my opinion -dogs are the absolute best there is.

A few months ago, our beloved dog passed away, and I’ve been walking around with a huge hole in my heart.

I pet every dog I see, I smile to dogs when I run, I miss him a lot.

My partner isn’t ready to bring another dog, he says parting with Sirius was so difficult that he needs more time to get over it, and this has to be a unanimous decision in a household-since a dog is a family member.

So a year ago- a pregnant cat came into our yard and gave birth to 3 kittens in our tree house.

One ended his life tragically by wandering off the tree house (too young to have full cat skills probably), and one of them- the white one- was such a curious funny little thing- that we got used to him, and he got used to us.

So much so- that when his mother decided it was time to move on- he stayed with us.

And this was lesson #1:

Sometimes. it’s OK to trust people.

(keyword being “sometimes”).

This cat is a combination of curiosity and laziness.


He follows me around the garden (but not outside it), gets all excited when I water the plants (here I was thinking cats are deterred by water), can’t relax when I dig and plant new plants (he actually starts digging himself. he is funny), but when I sit and relax- he is the first to be there and chill out too.



And these are lessons 2+3- taught by a cat:

#2: curiosity is essential for personal development and happiness.

#3. give yourself the privilege of relaxing in the fresh air. it’s priceless.

Enjoy- the cooliflower.

I am not a medical/health/emotional/financial /nutrition or any other kind of expert as far as it concerns the contents of this blog,  therefore anything written on the blog is not to be taken as any kind of advice, and should you choose to rely on anything  I write on this blog- you are doing it at your own risk and at your own responsibility.

Published by wiseassvegan

an organized full time working vegan -with plenty of ideas on getting everything done in the most simple and efficient way possible.

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