Women, Cats, Men, Dogs

Slim Woman with a Cat wikimedia

“Women and cats will do as they please, and men and dogs should relax and get used to the idea.”  –Robert A. Heinlein

I do like cats an awful lot. Our cat died a few years ago. It was originally my daughter’s cat.  Well you know how it goes. The daughter goes away to college and the cat became my cat. I became very attached to the cat. Her name was Angel. It was very hard when she died.

Cats do have interesting personalities like all animals. I don’t agree with people who say cats are so independent that they do not care about  people. Angel did not bond with everyone. She would not slobber all over you. But she did bond with me and my daughter very much. I think cats know if you are a cat person or not. They can be easily frightened by people. Once they trust you they will be your friend. Just like us.

I liked the quote. Thought it is fun.

|LindaGHill One-Liner Wednesday|

|Nano Poblano|

14 thoughts on “Women, Cats, Men, Dogs

  1. mewhoami

    I’m sorry you lost your cat. Animals become like family, so it’s so hard when they leave us. Cats definitely care about people and pick their favorites to cuddle with. They are so sweet, most of them.


  2. lundygirl

    cats do seem to know who likes them – my mum is never keen although she would never say so or make a fuss. But some cats seem to make a fuss of her just to be contrary. This always upset me when i was little and we went to visit a friend who owned a beautiful ginger cat. I wanted the cat to come and sit on my knee but it would go straight for my mum and make a huge fuss about climbing straight into her lap.


  3. shanjeniah

    I love this quote! And Heinlein! And the art!

    I think I’ll read this to my dog, who might get fewer scratches on his nose if he were a little more relaxed about what that cat was doing every time he catches sight or scent of her…

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