Oh, how I love my Chiggy. It's actually hard to call him, "Trigg" anymore.
Chiggy is a remarkable cat. He is happy, easy going and loves to play with wand toys.
I am pretty sure, like me, Trigg (aka, Chiggy) would much prefer for his birthday to go unnoticed every year, especially so he didn't have to have his photo taken with a birthday hat on.
But, as my sister says, he does such a good job with his make-up (the white eye liner that naturally comes with his blue lynx mitted color pattern), how can you not ask him to be featured?
Chiggy loves ice cream and frosting from a cake or a cookie. However, we have had to stop doing that because we found out from Pam of Purrrfectly Holistic that he needed to do a candida cleanse - due to all the dry food he had in his life. He had really yeasty smelling ears. So no more ice cream or cake or cookies for my Chiggy - the only indulgence of his that I will really be able to give into is his love for cat wand toys.
Chiggy lives in his own world. I am rarely a part of that world, but I marvel watching him it. I don't know how to describe it, but he is the quirkiest cat coupled with the cutest cat I have ever met. He constantly does cute things. There's not a day that goes by that I don't ask him, "Chiggy, why are you soooo cute?!"
I also tell him how fancy and beautiful he is. He does seem to be dainty (even though he could stand to lose a pound or two), but he is so terribly fancy and knows it.
It's been hard to watch him detox from the die-off and other things - he hasn't been as happy as I am used to him being, so I hope when we get through the rest of the layers (detoxing can be like peeling an onion), he will return fully and better than he was.
A very happy 13th to my very beautiful Chiggy! I hope you have 13 more!