HIYA! SAVANNAH HERE!!
I haven’t “officially” reported on my progress in a while. You see I am an adult shelter cat recovering from early kitten hood trauma. Yep, that’s me. I last talked about a bit of my current progress here.
What I didn’t tell you clearly is that I am finally, after almost five years in my forever home, bonding with Dad P! Yep, that’s right. Every morning now, for about the last two months, I look to Dad P, not Mom L, for my morning pet.
For those of you who have followed me from the beginning, you know that I have always been afraid of Dad P, and most other men. But times—they are ‘a changin’!
First time ever in five years—this morning, September 27th, I invited Dad P for a play with ME!!
It turns out that I kind’a like the same wand toy TKS likes. It is the wand with ONLY the string attached!
I was havin’ a great romp with Dad P and then guess who showed up??
Once I saw Mom L was just tryin’ to capture “the moment”—I decided what the Mouses! Let’s do it again!
I forgot all about Mom L taking those photos and focused on my “ME TIME” with Dad P.
I hope my readers understand what a HUGE BIG DEAL this is that I am asking Dad P for pets every single morning. I even give him little head butts! And now—I asked Dad P to play with me! This is HUGE progress for me. Thank you all for joining me in my journey to recover from early kittenhood trauma. Progress can be slow to show up, but it does if our guardians are patient and kind and understand we adult shelter rescue cats need both.
PAW PATS, SAVANNAH
PeeEss—don’t forget to enter to WIN a GIVE AWAY on my blog for the #SureFlap action motivated pet feeder bowl HERE
PeeEssEss—if you wanna WIN the SureFlap action motivated bowl then you get a SECOND CHANCE over at my pals Three Chatty Cats! They have the same GIVE AWAY!! Their post is LIVE Wednesday, September 28! HURRY OVER!!
UPDATE ON MOMMA KAT COMING SOON! She is still #mommakatssearch hoping for her forever home. Check out her new photo
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