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Comforting Foster Mom

Hey guys,

Well, today was a lazy day, my foster mom hurt her head last night and so wasn't up for playing or helping me in the bathroom with my reflection. What she needed was lots of love, and that's something I'm very good at giving. 

Firstly, when my foster dad left in the morning he left the bedroom door open so that I could keep my eye on her and make sure that she was okay. I jumped on the bed and gave her a face nuzzle and a kiss on the hand to let her know that I was there. Then moved to the end of the bed and slept next to her legs so that I was out of the way but in a place that let her know I was around.

After breakfast I played with Night--this is our normal morning ritual--before joining foster mom on the couch and giving her as much love as cat possible. I think that I did a good job because she seemed to have a smile on her face whenever I looked up - she says that I have a lot of love to give and I really do! :D 

So today was another good day at my foster mom's; I warmed laps, played with Night, ate some chicken, scratched my post, and did a little bird watching with Night!

Talk soon,

P.S. We are still looking for a new foster home, or better yet a forever home...our foster mom is leaving next Thursday! Read more about this at http://www.vftafoundation.org/20140104_bad_news