I am a firm believer that we are given what we need to grow in life. I also believe that I am supposed to have the cats I have, those are Charlie and Trigg and that I was supposed to have Rags. Although, he, technically, is not mine, I have a very strong bond with Caymus, so he is also included.
Ragdolls are known to be “dog-like” cats, so I guess the fact that my cats are into sticks is normal.
Trigg and Charlie, when in my basement window, often do a Meerkat pose in order to see just beyond their height.
Trigg, my blue Lynx mitted Ragdoll cat, likes to eat grass. Well, it’s not really grass – but grassy plants that I have in the back corner of my yard.
My Rags as well as my mom’s cats as well as Charlie and Trigg love to play in the bed sheets when I am making the bed. I love it. It’s hilarious.
I’ve often heard that Ragdolls aren’t cats, but are dogs. When it comes to our daily mail delivery, Trigg is more like a dog than a cat.
Rags, was my family’s cat, who I got when I was 10 years old. He lived until he was 19.5, so until I was 29 years old (I am now 31). Since I had Rags for so long and because I was the most into him, I ended up claiming him as mine – although he was my family’s cat. After he died, about 6 months later, I got Charlie and a month later, Trigg in 2009.
I was raised to believe that fresh air was a good thing. So it begs the question, do you let your cat outside?
Trigg Has Been Here 1 Year!
I noticed that the neighbor’s dog was really interested in something in the back corner of the yard – the neighbor’s dog can run along the back side of my fence. Maddie, the dog, is a sweet one, so I knew she’d allow me to check out what she was into.
Turned out to be a turtle!