1.08.2007

Sad Woman

The Woman was pretty sad yesterday. She didn't know why but sometimes she gets Decompressed. She was watching the Eagles game yesterday when she decided she'd rather be upstairs just hanging out. She found me in the cat/guest room on the brand new human sized cat bed. I was sleeping on the pillows with the blanket she put there to "attract cats" balled up next to me. She lay down on me and I started to purr. We snuggled for a while and I think I helped her feel happier. I'm always the one to make her feel happy when she's sad because I'm always up for just napping on the bed and she just kind of sits there and "thinks". She was happier this morning so I guess it worked!

11 comments:

Daisy said...

Chase, you are very good medicine for what ails ya!

Gemini said...

Oh Chase, we are furry glad that you could do that for your human woman!

Cecilia & The 2Bs said...

Good job Chase. Beans always feel better when they have kitties to snuggle and purr with.

The Meezers said...

The healing power of the purr is wonderful, isn't it?

Eric and Flynn said...

Mum sez snuggling wiv a warm cuddly kitty is the best fing in the werld when yoo are feeling down.

Junior said...

I am so glad you helped your Lady with her decompression!

Grr, Midnight & Cocoa said...

nothing better than cuddly purrs! it always helps our Lady too.

Derby said...

Chase you were a good healing vibe kittie for your mum. Sometimes they just need to relax and snuggle.

ArtsyCatsy said...

Chase, you're one of the good guys! I'm Rocky, CEO (Cat Executive Officer) of ArtsyCatsy. Come over sometime to come sniff us out and see my catstaff of 15 train our artist humans to start a new business for cat lovers. If what you see makes you purr, want to link to each other? You can email me at ArtsyCatsy@yahoo.com.

One-Eyed Jack said...

Good job Chase! I do a lot of the happy-making purring around here too. Whisper's too grumpy and Persephone's still too crazy. (Maybe I should send her over to visit and she and Latte and Kaze can wear each other out so you and I can both have some peace and quiet!)

Victor Tabbycat said...

That's what I call fur an purr therapy. I'm a speshulist at it, tho when Bonnie purrs, it's a pleasant surprise. I'll tell her yur a good pillow!