Sunday, March 2, 2008

How to Spoil a Cat

I worked out a good post in my head this afternoon but, now at 8:30, I'm just too tired to write it. Hopefully, I'll get it done tomorrow.

In the meantime, I'll leave you with a short video of Butterball. How can you spoil a 15 year old cat in rapidly declining health who doesn't have much of an interest in anything anymore?

Hopefully a more interesting post to follow tomorrow. Although I have to say, Butterball is pretty darn cute.


Mary said...

And Butterball deserves it! I giggled when you said, "Butterball" and he turned to look at you as if to say, "You called me?"

All of my cats were allowed on our bathroom sinks. While doing hair or make-up, they would sit and wait for me to turn on the faucet. Sweet memories. We are here to spoil are pets.

nina at Nature Remains. said...

Yes, we are here to spoil our pets--especially those who don't have much joy from other things these days.

I'm touched by the simplicity of that gesture--how a dripping cool drink can be worth so much!

Dorothy said...

Two of our cats, Bunky and Boo, come running when they hear the faucet go on. Some cats are just so fascinated by water.