Mia (and I) finally taking a break after a busy day.

I do feel like a silly old cat lady lately. My cat Mia is my best friend right now.

She has minimal “Baggage” or “stuff” to interfere in our relationship. She loves to do everything that I do. She’s a low maintenance but devoted companion. She’s nice and compact and doesn’t take up too much room if I have lots of paperwork out.

Mia loves just to drop by for quick “Hi, I love you” “Pat and purrs” that doesn’t interrupt everything I’m doing for extended periods of time. She has the best purr I’ve ever heard in my life.

Perhaps Mia’s coolest personality trait is that although she’s a petite, loving tabby girl, inside she’s a warrior. She is the one who prowls the windows at night, keeping all stray cats and raccoons away and warning us of anything amiss. If the cat world weren’t so patriarchalΒ she would be pack leader in our house for sure.

Most of all, she simply gives me great comfort. I can literally feel the stress leave my body when she comes and snuggles up with me. Ahhhh

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  1. I’m a mega cat lover myself πŸ™‚ Have three former street cats now living as royalty in my humble abode. They are my best friends with “minimal baggage” as you say πŸ™‚ Greetings, Sam

  2. I’ve always loved cats though we never had one. We always had dogs growing up. Lately I’ve been considering getting one and my children love the idea of a cat in the house. Your tabby is a beauty. Thank you for sharing her. Smiles.

      1. Probably !
        But your leg is a lot prettier than mine πŸ˜‰

        BTW I had to unfollow you for a while Amanda. The other day my inbox was hit by 60 Daily Science posts in four minutes, but the emails were headed Surprising Lives. I am following you on Amanda’s Lives now. πŸ˜€ <3

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