Mama Diaries

Monday, November 16, 2015

Cat Conversations

Bootsy, our cat, has been very vocal lately. I'm not sure what his issue is, but he's been needing a lot of attention.

The other day I found my daughter sitting with Bootsy having a conversation. It went like this:

Bootsy: "Meow!"

My daughter:  "Meow!"

Bootsy:  "Meowwww!"

My daughter:  "Meowwww!"

Bootsy:  "Meeeeeow!"

My daughter:  "Meeeeeow!"

I walked over and looked at the two of them. "What's going on here?"

My daughter grinned. "Bootsy needed someone to talk to. I'm his therapist."

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    1. Yes, she is. She has a way with animals.

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  2. lol nothing wrong with meowing back

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    1. I'm sure you have a lot of meowing going on at your pad!

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  3. Bootsy just needed a listening ear. It worked out Puuurfect (-:
    Ditto to what Alex said..Cat Whisperer.

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  4. I sometimes meowed with my cat too... especially when they are little babies...

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  5. "Meow!" means "I'm hungry."

    "Meowwww!" means "Hey, I said I'm HUNGRY!"

    "Meeeeeow!" means "Why are you still sitting here? Go get me some FOOD!"

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    1. Hi Blogoratti! Nice to see you here, again!

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  7. A cat therapist...I'd hire her! ;)

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    1. Haha! I'll let her know she has a future as a cat therapist.

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  8. Just wonderful Sherry, I love cats used to have one that was diabetic.
    Yvonne.

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    1. Cats can be very cuddly. Sorry yours was diabetic. I'm sure it was a lot of work to care for it.

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  9. LOL. That's adorable! Hope she didn't charge Bootsy crazy fees for her therapy services... XD

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  10. It sounds like Bootsy is getting a lot from these sessions.

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    1. Haha! I see a big improvement in him already! ;-)

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  11. That is hilarious. I am sure she is great at her job. :)
    ~Jess

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  12. Great job with counseling! If Bootsy is anything like our dog, Elliott, some words of wisdom really are helpful!

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    1. I'm sure Bootsy appreciated my daughter's words of wisdom.

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  13. Did she understand what the cat was saying?

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  14. Bootsy darling, tell Mommy. What is it? How can I help? Penelope still hasn't barked. She made her moo/bray sound once, and that's it. Maybe she doesn't know how to bark.

    Love,
    Janie

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    1. Penelope hasn't barked? Wow! She must be seriously introverted.

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    2. She's still quite frightened. She stays very close to me.

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  15. Haha. I don't know about you, but my daughter has gotten so good at meowing that I often think it's actually one of the cats.

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    1. Listening to the two of them converse, it was difficult to tell which was my daughter and which was the cat.

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  16. Adorable! :) Next month we're adopting a cat. It will be my son's first pet. He's going to be very surprised!

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  17. Meow! I'm back from Europe! Gosh, I miss your posts, Sherry. xoxo

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    1. Welcome back, Shirley! I've missed your posts, too, but I enjoyed seeing your photos on Facebook.

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  18. Oh I adore vocal cats. Our tomcat (notice how its always male cats?), Puck, was incredibly talkative.

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    1. That's interesting that it is the male cat that is so vocal.

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