There is only one thing that I love more than naps and that’s cats. What can I say? cats are just my kind of people.
I wear my cat lady badge with absolute pride because every one that I have ever met has been an absolute ledge.
I wanted to introduce Flo to my followers because she is a massive part of my life. Flo is a two year old Ragamuffin and I call her my little shadow. She sounds like a little Kookaburra and likes to have nap time on my tummy. I have grown to love her so much and anyone who meets her feels the same. I would go to the ends of the earth to protect her (I’d imagine that this is what mums of human babies feel like)
I have always been a cat person. I’m quite laid back when it comes to most things so having a cat seemed like a natural fit. They just tend to live their life along side yours don’t they? In many ways anyway.
Actually, I noticed something recently. When I scroll through my Instagram, about 80% of my “Recommended for you” features pictures of cats. Am I ashamed? Hell nah.
I decided to compile a list of why I admire my cat so much:
- She exudes confidence
- She owns more toys than any child I have ever met
- She doesn’t stand for shit
- Everyone thinks that she’s adorable
- She can sleep almost anywhere and find it comfortable
Despite all of that, the best thing about them is that they are the most lovable fluff balls that anyone could ever wish for.
As much as this article is a light-hearted “Cat Appreciation” post, I do have to say that we need to do everything in our power to protect them.
Cats Protection as a charity are incredible. They help around 200,000 cats and kittens each year thanks to their 32 adoption centres and over 250 volunteer-run branches.
“Our vision is a world where every cat is treated with kindness and understanding of its needs.” – Cats Protection
The charity focus on three main objective which are:
- Homing – finding good homes for cats in need
- Neutering – Supporting and encouraging the neutering of cats
- Information – Improving people’s understanding of cats and their care
There are so many ways that you can help Cats Protection to sustain and improve the inspiring work that they do.
One of the ways that you can do this is by popping into your local Pets at Home store and picking up a pin badge. They are designed by Simon Tofield and feature his little cat from the animated cartoon and book series “Simon’s Cat”.
The series itself is based around a hungry house cat who goes to increasingly great lengths to get his owner to feed him. And he’s bloody cute.
The badge itself costs £1 and it is such a great way to help a charity without even really noticing the money leave your pocket.
To find out more about Cats Protection and ways that you can help out furry friends click here.
Don’t forget to wear your “Cat lady/lad” Badge with pride ❤