I'll be working at home again tomorrow. While I'm working from home, my cats are often trying to figure out why I'm still at home. They also don't know what day of the week it is and cannot figure out why there's so little traffic on nearby roads. As usual, they are still very smart in many ways. They are helping each other, as well as myself. Their presence with purrs and love is sometimes distracting, but more often makes my home-work environment more positive.
My pets love to look out the windows. They often see squirrels, birds, other cats, and me while I’m doing yard work. My cats’ views from windows are even more entertaining than when they’re watching TV. Yes, they sometimes do watch TV, especially if animal noises are a part of a show. While looking through windows, my cats and other animals communicate with each other through their body language. Most of the time, they appear interested in one another, rather than trying to attack each other. Some more examples of animal viewpoints are seen in the poetry of my just-released book: Amazing Holiday Paws.
Leo, my favorite cat, won the cover design page of Amazing Holiday Paws. Leo is a perfect cat with lots of purrs, loving head bumps, and many loving cat actions. He's like a dog in some ways because he usually listens to what I tell him to do. While I had to take more than fifty pictures, several were nice ones for Amazing Holiday Paws. When I first rescued him from an animal rescue center, he walked right from the cage in the rescue center into the open door of my cat carrier. Then and now--he has always been nice with my other cats and loves to look at his and other cats' paws.
Dr. Karen Petit is the author of Banking on Dreams, Mayflower Dreams, Roger Williams in an Elevator, Unhidden Pilgrims, Holidays Amaze, Amazing Holiday Paws, and Paw Dream Mazes. She is thankful to God for the many wonderful animals in our world.