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:
My daughter: "Meow!"
My daughter: "Meowwww!"
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."
She's a cat whisperer.ReplyDelete
Yes, she is. She has a way with animals.Delete
lol nothing wrong with meowing backReplyDelete
I'm sure you have a lot of meowing going on at your pad!Delete
Bootsy just needed a listening ear. It worked out Puuurfect (-:ReplyDelete
Ditto to what Alex said..Cat Whisperer.
Haha! Purrfect, indeed!Delete
I sometimes meowed with my cat too... especially when they are little babies...ReplyDelete
Probably made them feel understood!Delete
"Meow!" means "I'm hungry."ReplyDelete
"Meowwww!" means "Hey, I said I'm HUNGRY!"
"Meeeeeow!" means "Why are you still sitting here? Go get me some FOOD!"
Haha! You've got cats all figured out!Delete
That makes sense, ha. Greetings.ReplyDelete
Hi Blogoratti! Nice to see you here, again!Delete
A cat therapist...I'd hire her! ;)ReplyDelete
Haha! I'll let her know she has a future as a cat therapist.Delete
Lol, hope they had a good chat!ReplyDelete
I believe they did.Delete
Just wonderful Sherry, I love cats used to have one that was diabetic.ReplyDelete
Cats can be very cuddly. Sorry yours was diabetic. I'm sure it was a lot of work to care for it.Delete
LOL. That's adorable! Hope she didn't charge Bootsy crazy fees for her therapy services... XDReplyDelete
Haha! No, I don't think she did.Delete
It sounds like Bootsy is getting a lot from these sessions.ReplyDelete
Haha! I see a big improvement in him already! ;-)Delete
That is hilarious. I am sure she is great at her job. :)ReplyDelete
Yes, she's an expert cat whisperer.Delete
Great job with counseling! If Bootsy is anything like our dog, Elliott, some words of wisdom really are helpful!ReplyDelete
I'm sure Bootsy appreciated my daughter's words of wisdom.Delete
Did she understand what the cat was saying?ReplyDelete
She thinks she did. :-)Delete
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.ReplyDelete
Penelope hasn't barked? Wow! She must be seriously introverted.Delete
She's still quite frightened. She stays very close to me.Delete
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.ReplyDelete
Listening to the two of them converse, it was difficult to tell which was my daughter and which was the cat.Delete
Hee hee, so cute!ReplyDelete
It was fun to listen to!Delete
Adorable! :) Next month we're adopting a cat. It will be my son's first pet. He's going to be very surprised!ReplyDelete
Awww! He's going to love it!Delete
Meow! I'm back from Europe! Gosh, I miss your posts, Sherry. xoxoReplyDelete
Welcome back, Shirley! I've missed your posts, too, but I enjoyed seeing your photos on Facebook.Delete
Oh I adore vocal cats. Our tomcat (notice how its always male cats?), Puck, was incredibly talkative.ReplyDelete
That's interesting that it is the male cat that is so vocal.Delete