Q is for Quilt

Ok, I usually call them duvets, but we’ll settle for ‘quilt’ for this post.

Here is Fat Cat reclining on the quilt on our bed.

You can click on the link to find out more about Fat Cat’s story, but the potted history is she is a neighbour’s cat who has adopted us.

Asleep on the bed. I think she likes the bird print a bit too much.

Asleep on the bed. I think she likes the bird print a bit too much.

She spends many happy hours fast asleep on our bed.

Fat Cat gives us a lot of love in return for fuss, a quiet place to sleep, and brine from the tuna tin.

We have a lot of love to lavish, and after losing Hugo, she has become a bit of a furry surrogate baby for us.

They say that animals know who is in need, and while cats can usually be said to do only what pleases themselves, I do like to think she spends so much time with us because she knows we need her.

We’re very happy that Fat Cat chooses to spend lots of time on our quilt – even if it is usually then covered with her fur.

 


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16 thoughts on “Q is for Quilt

    • Leigh Kendall says:

      It really is – I think animals have kind of a sixth sense about when we need them. It’s like dogs who can sniff out cancer or can sense when someone is going to have an epileptic seizure – possibly we will never know how they can do those things. Thanks for commenting xxx

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  1. Dean B says:

    Aww, she looks so cute and certainly happy to be where she is. I think she’s actually oblivious to the print and just want to stay there forever… or till you shoo her away 🙂

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