Tainari88 wrote:Mouser loves him. Lol. That cat meows a lot when he sees my boy.
So does Sami, our cat. He's always trying to talk to me. Lol.
I think he needs to spend more time on Dulce de Coco and help her get trained well. The cat is independent. Dogs require a lot more work in educating and training them well.
He loves them both....but Mouser is the most attached to a human cat I have ever witnessed. He would be quite content following my son around for the rest of his existence. Hee hee.
I've always found cats to be deeply affectionate animals. I don't understand people who say they aren't. I've always found that if you give love, then it will be returned.
Animals are beautiful creatures. Pure of heart and full of instinct and full of nature's laws. I wish we would not be so incredibly complicated with our human loves and human attentions with each other.
Simple and pure love that is untainted by much else is always the best kind.
When I read this post of yours, I happened to be listening (through headphones) to the final movement of Mahler's 3rd symphony - the movement titled 'What Love Tells Me'. The symphony is a musical depiction of the process of evolution, from inchoate, brutal matter to the highest spiritual exaltation through love. Coincidence? I suspect not.... All of nature leads to love, and can only be understood in the light of love.