Tuesday, September 8, 2009 12:52 PM

The Cure for "Lonely Hearts"

Are you lonely?  Bored with your life?  Feeling unappreciated, unloved, unneeded?  Want someone to talk to?  Do you need a hobby or a new love interest to fill up your empty hours?  Well, look no more. Right now, at your local shelter, waits the answer to all your problems:  Free cats!  That's right, not far from your very doorstep there are scores of adorable, soft, loving cats just waiting for you to come and take them home!  Young ones, middle-aged one, older ones--there's one (or two or three) just right for you, all you need to do is come on down!  And, of course, the best part of all this is--they are free (except for worming, shots, neutering, etc.)!  But, hurry to get the best selection!  For an unlimited time only.

Seriously, even if you only sometimes feel lonely, bored, blah blah blah, you'll still benefit from having a cat.  For example, the other morning I was trying to get to the computer to write this blog and Little Girl kept yelling at the top of the stairs until I went up there to give her the usual morning massage.  Now, J. usually does this, but he wasn't here, so the responsibility fell to me.  After she'd had enough and started licking herself all over, I heard Bear and his signature "Mwahhhh-mwaaaahhhh" yowl that means he's bringing me a sock and, dang it, he'd better get some petting for it.  So.  By the time I actually had time to start writing, it was time for lunch.  How time flies when you have a houseful of cats!  Just so you don't think I was ignoring Goldie, he got his share, too.

Another benefit of having cats in the house is that you've always got someone to talk to.  Whether it's whining, chit-chat or just sharing your day, cats will always listen.  They'll respond, too if you play your cards right.  We can get any of our cats to "speak" just about on cue.  Of course, we brought them up that way, because we like chatty cats.  Also, we can tell when they're in a talking mood (which is almost always)!

Let's face it--when you've got cats around, you've always got someone to love.  And, of course, they love you right back.  They'll even tell you so.  By the way, if you're really starved for conversation, get a Siamese (or two)!

Just So You Know:  All of the above will work with dogs, too!
Chat later!

3 Comments On "The Cure for "Lonely Hearts""

Arvind Says:
September 10, 2009 at 3:22 AM

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good job done guys... very nice blog.... very interesting and knowledgeble... hope you will

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petcares-see Says:
September 24, 2009 at 8:19 AM

Wow, you really are a cat lover with a big heart, more than enough for the little critters. Great!

catlover44 Says:
October 4, 2009 at 3:05 PM

I got my cat from the Humane Society shelter. One of the best decisions I ever made. When I got her, my parents were elderly and not big cat lovers, but they came over for lunch to meet Michelle. She is not really a people-cat, but she jumped up into my mother's lap. Stunned us all. I told her a couple of years ago, that some day it would just be her and me. As of last year, sadly, it is. What a comfort she has been through everything. As I sit here typing this, she is napping in a chair behind me. You are right. Go to a shelter and get a loving companion. They need a loving companion, too.

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