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The author’s dog Gracie brings her flying pig toy and begs for a play session
The author’s dog Gracie brings her flying pig toy and begs for a play session
Lisa Graff

Lisa Graff

Dogs and cats need us – and vice versa

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I’ve been cat sitting Finnegan for my sister for the past week. Recently retired, she thought it was time for a little feline companionship. Growing up, we always had cats, and we often watched kittens being born in a box in the basement.

When I was about 8 years old, our cat Sassy ran away. Cats do this on purpose. Curious creatures, they have wanderlust in their souls and often seek a better fortune. Perhaps they fall in love with another cat, and then when it doesn’t work out, they come home for comfort…

 

Published in Cape Gazette on April 17, 2022.

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