Being a true cat lover is not just a way of life, it's a calling, a passion. Cat lovers are a unique breed. With dogs seemingly getting most of the attention as "man's best friend" and the most well-known of the animal movie stars, cats are, well... the underdog (if you'll excuse the expression).
Then again, the Internet has been described as being little more than a collection of pictures of people's cats. Come to think of it, I'm not sure that's a compliment. Either way, I still think cat lovers get a bad deal.
Many of us, myself included, have put up with all kinds of allergy symptoms just so we can have the little fur balls around. In any case, if you've read this far, then you're either a true cat lover, or you have to put up with one on a regular basis.
Either way, I hope that you enjoy the observations below in the Cat Lovers Only version of this "you might be" list.
You might be a true cat lover if...
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I miss him so. Mr. Franklin came to us in 2004. Our vet knew we had lost our great friend, the tuxedo cat known as Churchill to cancer 1 month before.
Jasmine is nearly 13 years old and never had any problems before. She has only ever used her litter tray in an emergency as she always likes to go outside.
20 yr old female, spayed at age 1. Began urinating on kitchen counter top. Using foil to deter her from getting up. What could cause her to start this?