Sunday, October 11, 2015

Easy Peasy Sunday Thanks

This is a pic of me sleeping at the window this morning. It was nice to be here to catch the morning breeze. But 
Yesterday I was here for some time. This is taller but not so breezy so I sat here for a bit only. If you have been reading san's blog about me, you know that she thinks I am Bossy Boots and I am not much of a talker but you would be surprised. I had told 2 stories already. I think I am on a roll...
But before I tell you another story about my life, San said I should do the Sunday Thanks. Okie. 

We all give thanks that San never lets us out by ourselves. So the chances of us getting captured in traps and sent to Animal Control to go to the bridge before our time is NIL. Last night San and her friend went house to house to put in flyers for a cat who was at Animal Control and the kitty was going to the bridge  next week. But we are thankful that one hour after they had given the flyers, the kitty's owners called Animal Control to get him back. So all is well for them both.

Popps told me the story of her life downstairs. Some kids chased her and were rough with her and she had to hide in the drain. I think that was very terrifying and I am glad I have a home and now Popps also has a home with me. 
I heard Popps telling Akira this story. I think she is very brave. I think it's pretty hard to live outside so I am thankful for my life. Going to see Adrian yesterday was not so bad. He drained my lymphatic system and so I don't get clogged up because of the haze. I also got a nice massage on my leg muscles. Adrian asked San if I would allow people to kiss me. San said she thought I would BUT I need to tell her that I only allow her to kiss me and I will only kiss her (it's more like sniffing me close to my face). No one else please. 
I told Akira the story because I thought she would like to hear it. And I was quite bored anyway. 
I am glad they are all finding their own space and finding out that living in a family is not so bad. I can now rest more and don't have to be 'Bujang' all the time. I can just be one of them. That is what I am thankful for.


Eileen and Jessica said...

Thank you for reminding us to be thankful for what we have. Here in Canada it is Thanksgiving Sunday. I am thankful that I have spent 16 of my 17 years in my safe home where I am loved. Like Popps, I remember being alone outside, lost and frightened. And we are thankful for San and her friend finding the owner for the poor kitty at Animal Control. From Jessica

Kari said...

Popps life before San saved her was not a happy one. She may take a long time for the hurt in her heart and soul to go away. We are thankful the stories are being told. It will help with healing.

Tom, Tama-Chan, Sei-Chan, Bibi-Chan, Gen-Chan, Vidock, Violette said...

We are sorry to be so late in commenting. #1 went off to a family lunch all day yesterday and so failed n her duties. We really enjoyed this Sunday post and your thoughts, each and everyone of you. We agree that Popps had to be very brae when she lived outside and we too are glad she now has a home of her own.

The Chans