Deb Chebatoris of Chartiers Custom Pet Cremation stopped to discuss a project we are working on and was given just a wee taste of how cats supervise their humans at work. Mimi started out by approving the pen with her nose, making marks run all over the page, then Deb’s hand, which incapacitated Deb for any thought of writing. The next logical development for a cat is to step on the paper, of course, and Mimi delicately stepped her petite paws one by one precisely where Deb was writing, then settled atop her paws and wrapped her tail around everything, and refused to move.
Deb lives with two rescued schnauzers, and I asked her if dogs had any equivalent action. She sad no. I guess Mimi decided Deb needed a lesson on cats and cats and paper.
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