Sunday, 14 December 2014

Sleepy Sunday

The main point of this post was just to show you photos of this beautiful creature who hasn't left my side this past week. I haven't been feeling the greatest these last few weeks, mental health wise, and I have spent a lot of time sleeping and crying and through it all Poesy has been by my side, comforting me. I'm not looking for sympathy or for someone to feel sorry for me, In fact, it makes me feel worse. No, I just felt it was important to share these photos and to show people that cats are just as caring towards their owners and their health issues. We all know that anybody who doesn't like cats will argue that it's because they aren't as caring and they just see you as their slave and if you aren't feeding them, then they don't give a shit if you exist and that's just not true. If you've owned a cat, you know that's just not true, they're just as caring and loving. Not too long ago I had a bad stomach bug and slept for three days straight, once I was feeling better and was able to get out of bed, my mum informed me that my cat hadn't left my side, except for when she needed to go to the toilet and when she wanted some food, after she did all those things she came straight back. This year, for me, has been rough when it came to mental health, and when things got really bad and I wasn't able to leave my bed or I was sleeping 24/7 or crying, she was always there, keeping me company. Everyday i'm grateful, not just towards my cat, but also towards my mum and my sister, they're the ones who decided to get me a cat for Christmas back in 2012 because I had been asking for one for the longest time. So I'm very grateful to them and to Poesy, I couldn't imagine what this whole process would be like if I didn't have my cat. I couldn't imagine and I don't want to imagine.
Obviously, she isn't an angel all the time and is always doing something she shouldn't be doing, but that's not what this post is about, this is about her caring side and not her mischievous side, it's also a little about letting certain people know that cats do actually care, they care a lot. P.S. these are all photo's from the last couple of days

 Health wise, I'm feeling a little better today and I'm actually being productive. This "episode" is definitely Christmas related, the stress of it all, trying to make ends meet and trying to come up with the money to have some form of Christmas. I am feeling better however, which is good, I have quite a busy week coming up. Other than that I'm just trying to stay focused on what's to come like Christmas day and then my plans I have in January, which is shopping. I've been saving and saving so I can just go out shopping with my sister, so I'm trying to focus on that, which has helped. Anyways, I feel slightly better getting all of this out of my system, as you usually do, especially if you're like me and tend to bottle everything inside, but, as I said, I'm feeling much better and with that I shall bid you a fond farewell.
Until next time, take care x


  1. I'm sorry to read that you're not feeling your best, I hope you'll be better soon. It's good to talk to someone or having some company will help too. Your cat is super cute, and yes, pets always know when their master is not well or feeling down. Glad that your cat is making you feel slightly better. xx

    Reflection of Sanity

  2. Cats are better than people. I sometimes wish I was one.

    / Avy

  3. It is always best to talk, and I know it is hard to do but try to focus on a few positive things in your life which you have done with your lovely cats, and hopefully these times become few and far between.


  4. lovely blog :)

  5. Adorable pictures

    Love Vikee

  6. Beautiful cat! Grey cats are without a doubt the best.

    1. Thank you, they really are. Grey cats and Ginger cats have always been my favourite