I would be “that” dog in front. . . Never do quite work out the way you want it to, those group selfies!
You know what I mean. . .?!
I have a passion for Martial Arts…and through that, I suppose, I also have a fondness for certain Japanese designs (such as shoji doors.) Well, I also – once upon a time being the key phrase – had a lovely set of screens modeled after shoji doors. . .
And then – BAM! – kittens. Did just about the same thing…but decided not to be present when mom discovered the transgression.
Honestly, I wouldn’t be surprised if – provided this situation actually occurred – that these words came out our cat’s mouth with a brutally sarcastic tone. But I also would expect a rescue to be followed up by some cherished object getting mauled by claws…
So probably, being a long-time cat guardian…I’m going to go ahead and say I’d NOT snap a photo before untangling…
My baby girl looked a vampire with those beautiful fangs (ones which, I daresay, she bared to all but her thankful mum.) ❤
I had the painful task of helping her transition – with her permission, which I had – just under four months ago. I still cry when I think of her, and I feel a void where once her little voice sounded, but I will ever be thankful that she and I were united nearly 13 years ago – she was the closest life I had for a while.
She was, without question, my little girl, through and through…and how blessed I was she chose for me to fulfill that role for her, because wild animals DO choose. ❤
When we open our hearts to the Universe, it gives us the gift of being able to be present with others – human or otherwise – to offer our love, and to be there when friendship, compassion, trust, and mercy are needed most.
While in some ways I felt I didn’t have the right, it was a responsibility I would fulfill to the very best of my ability…for her. For my angel.