Miss Boo, the Queen of Cats, is a rescue that came to us to provide us with endless hours of crazy antics and smiles. She also offers up an occasional bite if you’re sitting on her favorite chair, and a heart filled with loving affection when she’s of a mood. My other half resisted having an animal of any kind despite three years of subtle behind the scenes nagging in support of the idea. Now, a day without Boo, would really be a day without sunshine. Animals have a way of worming themselves into your heart (no pun intended) and making you laugh even when you feel your face might break if you did.
She’s the only cat I’ve ever had, and there have been a few, that actively participates in games. We have Boo in the Sink where she hides when you pass by and sits up to check where you’ve gone, and hide and go seek. She’s very good, wins nine out of ten games. Doesn’t say much for her owners. Smile.
Boo’s 5 Paws Corner
Boo would sell me for a nickel on EBAY for Feline Greenies. I have to lock them in the closet or she will take the bag in the corner and you could lose a limb in the retrieval process.