I do. I used to whistle a lot, too. Didn’t realize it until a neighbor said she always knew it was me walking by because she would hear me whistling. I love music, and love singing along, but I don’t do it as much now because when I was intubated for knee surgery, they kind of messed up my vocal chords and my voice gets really raspy really fast. Oh, well.
I am missing Gertrude a lot. Really a lot. Am considering going to the pound and seeing if any cat there and I just hit it off, like Simon and I did. I still have everything, didn’t take anything to the shelter to donate yet, so it wouldn’t be a big stretch. I’m not loving being the only living thing in my apartment, aside from the plants, which are not really great company, even though they add a lot of ambience. I have wanted a dog for years and years, but not sure I could always walk it, so it’s a no. Besides, and have I said this before?, cats are BENDY. I like bendy. LOL Saw a clip of a comedian talking about how he dropped his dog, and you can’t drop dogs. They’re like old people and you have to be careful with them. But, heck, you can bowl a cat. I can’t find the clip. I can’t find the clip. Drat!
Why not another cat? There are so many unwanted kitties who would love to live with you, I’m sure. I only sing in the car and for my toddler grandson. He loves it. He’s always humming to himself, like a little soundtrack of happy when he’s playing, it’s very cute.
It’s just that constant monitoring, I guess. Did I put anything where cat can get at it and get itself into trouble? Did I feed it, water it, clean the litter box, make sure i didn’t shut it into the bedroom? I’m considering it, though. There are some cute cats at the shelter. I checked online. 🙂
If you go there, I can guarantee you won’t be able to resist!
I know. LOL
Yes, but the constant monitoring gives your days purpose, and that’s a good thing. Plus, the companionship..