The cats I’ve helped are quite different, but one thing they have in common is their love for friends far away.
To Tabs, it was a squirrel that lived in the neighborhood. This particular squirrel reportedly visited the oak trees near our house a few times a week to collect acorns and what not, but in reality, it was a social outing. She and Tabs stared at each other from afar, communicating with friendly and interested eyes, and it was my understanding that neither felt threatened. They were attracted to each other for whatever reason.
I asked Tabes about it once. What was the story behind their long distance friendship? He said they were both looking to invest in something called cryptocurrency, which I hadn’t heard of at the time. As you know, Tabs have always been at the forefront of technology. I never got his insider information from Squirrel.
I recently learned that Rosie also has a distant friend, a little terrier mix named Bella who often patrols the neighborhood.
The two stare at each other from their respective command posts, silently exchanging information, which I’m assuming has something to do with science.
I met Bella the other day and asked her if she and Rosie were currently working on any research together. He gave me a knowing glance and pointed to a stick nearby. Later, when I asked Rosie about it, she complained about the security clearance and how I didn’t have it, so the details remain a mystery to me. I
Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,