Our pet is a domestic short hair cat, orange, peach colors.
His name is Milo, He reminds me of Garfield, The way he walks across my keyboard or in front of my monitor, The way he eats, The foods he wants to eat, The foods he puts his nose up at, Sometimes he acts like a dog the way he sniffs everything, Picks up stuff from the floor, have to watch him every minute, He has an air about him when he walks into a room, “I’m here, you better pay attention to me!” He is very “mellow dramatic”
He’s also our pal, buddy, listener, cuddlier, knows when you are feeling blue, senses what you sense, great companion, makes you laugh, drives you bonkers with his running, jumping, you never know where he is going to land.
And most of all he is a talker, he doesn’t hold back on anything. When you enter the door or a room he is in, you better talk to him right away, otherwise he keeps on talking until you answer him. He will follow my son until he answers.
Take a look and see if you can relate to one that will put a SMILE on your face.
Some times to me it’s the littlest things that make me happy.
Milo (my cat) loves to send his toys right under the refrigerator (fridge as I say). I had just got two of his toys out and low and behold, he got them under the fridge again. “Milo this is the last time today I’m getting them out.”
Hello! I’m Milo.
Hope got my toys out again. She’s a tough softy?
Now he loves to help me out! He gets his paw in the opening and keeps shoving his paw further, but it doesn’t help. So I get a toy out and some how he got dirt on this face. Milo, Milo, Milo how did you do that? He looked at me with such a look. “Hey! Just helping you out and now look at my me now!” I got some more out Saturday 8/18/2018 night. This is a daily routine. I think it helps my waist line a little. I just checked waist line – I would have to get his toys at least a thousand (1,000) times to even get a 100th (100) of an inch.
Does your pet/(s) ever give you a look when they do something? That so innocent look????
Here’s the scoop. A friend and myself went to a place called Pinot’s Palette. It’s a place where you can have parties for both adults and children. Birthday, Bachelorette, Holidays, great get together with friends, plus loads of fun. They even have corporate events.
It’s really a lot of fun!
Plus I learned something new. What an adventure!!!!
The day we went was to paint our pets. They were having a “pet project” where part of the money would be donated to a canine rescue place. You had to send a photo of your pet to them, they would create a template of your picture on a canvas, then you gave them what you wanted to do as your background, and the way you went. I have never, ever painted like this before. This was a new adventure for me and my friend.
Then the art instructor started giving and showing instructions on how to handle the brush, paints, etc.
Well to say the least my background was wild and bonkers of course. Here’s my picture
Well to say the least I thought poor Milo. What a background.
Now we had a chance to go back and correct our pictures and so we did. Here is the repainted picture
The paint we used was acrylic which I was able to paint over my bonkers background, plus updated some of his fur, etc. Thank goodness for that.
So what do you think? Thank goodness for the template on the canvas. I can’t even draw stick people.
We’re waiting for the vet technician to come and give Milo a nail trim. Or can be called a “mani-pedi”. Milo sticks with nail trim since he is a boy.
Milo is a rescue-rescue cat. It’s a long story. He’s a domestic short hair, pale orange, just over 2 years old and full of energy. He is a talker. If you don’t listen to him he will talk your ears off until you listen.
Does he listen? When he wants to or when he is tired of hearing you telling him what to do.
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