Sunday, November 8, 2015

Cats?

Cats and me don't go well together. I was in my early teens when my neighbour bought 2 Siamese cats. One was friendly and the other wasn't. At least I thought so. Unfortunately I could never tell them apart and in one of my endeavours to be friendly I chose the wrong cat. Ever since then cats have definitely not been my best friends or on my Christmas card list. I am always on edge when there's a cat around.

So you can imagine how stunned I was when someone once said to me that they could sense that I am a cat person. I didn't want to be rude so I chose to remain silent. But I've often thought about this and wondered why she thought I was a cat person.

Then some days ago while watching a documentary on the big cats I realised that I actually loved the big cats, tigers and lions in particular. As a kid I loved the tigers and lions at the circus. I hated the whips they used on them but I loved looking at them. And at the zoo again lions and tigers were my favourites.

Oh and students from the school I went to are known as "Cats".

So perhaps  I am a cat person after all. Perhaps I've been a cat person all along, just not the pussy cat kind.

Are you a cat person?




Written for: "Cat" at #SoCS
Linking to:  #FridayReflections

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3 comments:

  1. I thought it was funny about you picking the wrong Siamese cat to pet. I think Siamese do have a reputation as being kind of grouchy. I do like cats but do not have one since my cat died.

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  2. I was never a cat person myself, mostly due to allergies. But they seem to have disappeared... which is lucky because my eldest son moved back home with his two cats. :P
    Thanks so much for participating in SoCS!! :D

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  3. I am a cat person, actually I think I am just an animal person in general I love animals #Fridayreflections

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