Do you ever find yourself thinking about cats?

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    Jessi Well-Known Member

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    I do think about my cats. Once in a blue moon. When they don't turn up at feeding time, which is something very rare.
     
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    I think about kitties and it just makes me happy! I once volunteered at a no-kill cat shelter and they had a kitty room. It was amazing! Kitties just meowing and wanting tons of love. I think of the kitty room when I get sad.
     
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    Aww. It's interesting that you say it makes you happy and you think of it when you're sad. For me, it makes me sad to think of all those cats without loving homes. At least it's a no-kill place so that does make me happy they will have a longer chance at finding a home.
     
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    Same here. I would feel sad thinking about all those homeless kittens. As it is, every time I go to the wet market and see the strays scavenging there, I feel a tightening in my chest.
     
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