16 April 2013
Two Years of Olivia
At the shelter, she played with me and climbed in my lap. The shelter employees said she rarely did that. They also told me how several people had wanted to adopt her, but they refused to let them. It's not a good sign when someone comes in and asks, "I just want a black cat. I don't care how old or what sex -- just black."
So, Olivia came home with a lioncut.
She also assumed her role as Ninja Princess and will chase, body slam, stalk, etc James and Tolstoy. Some of it is her having fun and some of it is not.
She has also developed a fondness for soy milk. While I am eating my bowl of cereal, she sits on the table and watches. When I get to the point of drinking the milk from the bowl, she will stare at me from the other side of the bowl and maybe even use her paw to get me to put down the bowl. Funny part is she only wants the soy milk if I have had granola cereal, but not with Shredded Wheat or Honey Bunches of Oats.