Our late, great Choco was ahead of the hoarding curve way back in August 2007
She ate mostly soft food, had no interest any kind of human treats.
I’ve been taking some time to go through my photo archives in this time of staying home. Finding lots of shots that I’ve completely forgotten about!
Sora the Cat and a thrush eyeballing each other through my basement office window screen :-).
In this time of social distancing, I am grateful to have a loving pet. Sora the Cat keeps us on our toes while working from home!
From providing goofy breaks from the computer, to holding hands while napping, she’s a constant presence.
Keep yer paws and spirits up!
And get plenty of rest : – )
Hanging out with Sora in the sun for awhile after lunch. Who wants to go back to work on a lovely Friday afternoon?
I remembered that our beloved Choco passed today, a year ago.
She was a wonderful cat, very intelligent and personable. We mourned for months, and eventually adopted Sora from the SPCA, and she’s filled a void in our hearts.
But Choco was amazing, and we honor her memory, her spirit, and the love that she showered upon us for so many years.
One of my fave shots back in 2004.
Sora now regularly visits my office window in a half-basement. It’s at the perfect height to get a ground view of goings on outside
. This was one of Choco’s fave places, too. . .
Sora the Cat has come a long way since we adopted her as a terrified, untouchable young girl about half a year ago. Love, patience, and trust-building can do wonders. She is now a total love bug.
No get work done, no buy cat food. . . : – )
Sora has been comforting me through my hacking cold. She’s stuck to me, and has grown accustomed to long snoozes in my recliner.
Here she is protesting that she wasn’t ready when I decided I had to get up and get a few things done today.
Nurse Sora. I’m certain cats know when we’re sick. Despite my heaving coughing bouts she’s stuck to me all day long and even placed a moratorium on her usually incessant demands for play. Thanks, sweetie…
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