Blog post: 12th Jan 2016.: Cats and humanity

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Name: Annie
Waynesboro, PA (Zone 6a)
Cat Lover Keeper of Poultry
Jan 12, 2016 9:04 AM CST
Legend has it that Mohammad was a great cat lover. Once, while teaching, a cat curled up and fell asleep next to him, lying on the sleeve of his robe. When Mohammad had finished teaching, rather than disturb the sleeping cat, he cut off the sleeve of his robe. I think that the Universe gave us domesticated animals to teach us how to be human. I learn far more from my cats (and my betta fish) than they do from me.
The end is nothing, the journey is all.
Name: Arlene
Grantville, GA (Zone 8a)
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Jan 12, 2016 9:10 AM CST
Sweet cat.

Our cat has us trained too. When he sleeps on our lap, the other does the fetching so as not to disturb him. When he wants outside, he goes to the door and meows, even though he has a cat door. And we comply.
Name: Philip
Ireland,.The Midlands. (Zone 8a)
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Jan 12, 2016 6:57 PM CST
Annie that is a very nice legend,..i suppose we all do nearly as much rather than disturb,..however i have not reached the sleeve cutting off stage yet, has nearly reached that stage, true we do learn things from them,..forgive and forget is one thing.

Arlene,..great consideration on your behalf,..yes i have had one of the cats sleep on my android phone, being flat it was not in the cats way but when i needed to make a call i just couldn't disturb the sleeping cat Whistling

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