This morning, my son told me that he had his networks flooded with pictures of cats because it was International Cat Day. In my house since a few months ago, every day is a CatDay, and any day is good to write about Grogu, who has become the most spoiled in the house.
He is 5 months old. And he has been with us for more than 3 months. It seems unbelievable to me, but in this short period of time, I have become so used to having him that I don't remember what the house was like without him.
It amazes me how we get to know each other better every day. And although his favorite in the house is my son, it is with me that he spends the most time during the day. When my son goes out or locks himself in his room, sometimes he cries for a while and then comes in search of comfort.
He loves to climb on my lap while I'm sitting at my desk, and from time to time, he is nosey to see what he sees on the screen.
Sometimes she also playfully pulls out a claw or two.
Last month my son was given a small fabric toucan, and Tucky became a favorite toy for Grogu.
But don't think it's all of the good love. Poor Tucky, after a few weeks, is already missing a wing, and the beak is a little frayed.
These days, my son was with a friend, and that didn't make him very happy. He didn't like the visit, so after protesting and trying to hide from the girl, he then lay down with me on the sofa wanting to get all my attention.
Last week, he received the vaccine he was missing. The vet found him perfect and said that he is a very healthy cat and that he looks very well taken care of. If we wanted to take him out for a walk, we could do it. However, he is so naughty that I don't dare to take him out. But he is ready to go on a new adventure with his Uncle Ed, @tengolotodo.
And after a few months with Grogu in my life, I now understand why they say that a cat's purr is so wonderful to feel relaxed. In some mysterious way, he understands how I feel, and I am learning to understand him.
Thank you very much for reading!
August 08, 2022