We’re Different, But I’m Glad You’re My Sister

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Dear Blossum,

You’ve always been there, by my side, even when we weren’t sure we had a home. But sometimes I wonder,

                                               I’M  THE  REBEL                                                                               YOU’RE   NOT

                                               I  LIKE  TO  PLAY                                                                        YOU  LIKE  TO  WATCH

                                       

                          YOU  FINISH  YOUR  CRUNCHIES                                                          I  LIKE  TO  NIBBLE

          

                                    I  LIKE  IT  INSIDE                                                                   YOU  WOULD  LOVE  TO  GO  OUT

How is it that we are so different? It’s a mystery for sure.  At the end of the day, I know you’ll be by my side, to comfort me and sometimes even give me hugs.  I’m so lucky to have you. Yes, we’re different, but I’m glad you’re my sister.

With Love, your sister Petals

Dedicated to sisters, and girlfriends who are like a sister

“Sisters function as safety nets in a chaotic world simply by being there for each other.” 
― Carol Saline

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    • That is so awsome, thank you for sending that along. That first tabby/white kitty made me laugh so hard..the look is ‘I could care less’. Very detail info, I’ve bookmarked. I do think black cats are hard to tell apart, mine are microchiped but we lost a black kitty a few years back & I drove into town dozens of times because on line they all looked like Paco. I think ‘Niles’ is such a dignafied name…(re: end of post), maybe next kitty…yah, “Niles Boomdeeadda”, sounds good. HA Thanks

      • I’m sorry you lost your kitty. That is heartbreaking.

        I think micro-chipping pets is one of the best things to come along. It’s not fool-proof but its an improvement.

        Niles will forever remind me of the TV show Fraser. LOL.

  1. What a lovely set of photos and captions. I had a pair of male cats that I raised from kittenhood and they two were like night and day. Amazing creatures.

    That last picture is especially beautiful.

    • I guess they aren’t too different then you & I, family members can have such different personalities, but there’s always that bond. Black cats seem harder to photograph, but I do like that one too, thank you. Do you find that with Slinky-Malinky?

Talk nerdy to me………..

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