The more things stay the same, the more they change.
Is it Alice from the Palace?
Or, is it Scooter?
And why do we have this posted above their food dishes?
Tune in tomorrow for the reveal.
I’m writing to you about my issue and that’s a real challenge for me. My name is Sarah, and I was adopted 2 years ago at about this time of year. When I got to my new house I found the cat people already had a cat and I was quite shocked. But, we did learn to get along and came to be great friends.
Then the worst things happened and my sister cat had to go to the Bridge about 2 months ago. The cat people are so sad and nobody is having any fun here. I feel very very sad also, but I am also very lonely. I want to write a letter for Santa to bring me a cat, but I don’t know how and I don’t know if he would pay any attention to a letter from a cat. And then I wonder if that’s wrong and would it upset the cat people. I am getting to be a nervous wreck and I just want us all to be happy again. I need help fast!
There is still time to work this out, but it could be a little tricky. First, let us start with the letter to Santa. My guess is you do not know how to write a letter or send an email. You should also know that Santa and his helpers all live in the cold, snowy North Pole. The poor kitty would have to suffer a very long trip in the cold dark of the night to get to you. We will look at a different source, but first, it is most important that your cat people want a new cat. You must be very sure.
My recommendation is to adopt a cat from a shelter in your area. Your cat people will have to approve of your idea before anything can happen there. They will need to go to the shelter themselves to pick out the best cat or kitten for all of you. Here are a few tips to help make that happen:
Do not get discouraged if nothing happens for the holiday. They are thinking about it and that is important. You must be patient and you must believe. If you do not hear them making plans after the holiday, wait two weeks and go back to step one. Remember this: The greatest gift always comes at the best time, and often when you least expect it. Happy Holidays!
The time has come for me to take a break and regroup – maybe a week, or maybe a little longer. I will still keep up with my Tampa Bay Pets Online site as best I can, because in Florida, this is the best time of year for lots of pet events and celebrations.
I will keep up with those I follow. I couldn’t bear it if I didn’t know what was going on! Lack of comments in no way means I am not paying attention – and I can probably get my two cents in along the way.
See you on the flip side!
Jobi and Fisher