Really, there is no such thing as helpful cats. They knock things off my nightstand just for the hell of it and then because it was so much fun, they knock more stuff to the floor. They try to drink out of my glass, play with the straw, or just try to knock it over. If my daughter is working on a painting project on the dining room table, we have to put the cats downstairs. Otherwise, there will be wet paint cat paw prints everywhere.
As you may know, I hate crafts, crafting, and especially, being called crafty. But…. when I was a little girl, my great-aunt Girlie taught me how to crochet. I’ve never actually finished anything that I can remember, but every once in a while I try to start-up again. Which brings me to helpful cats. Crocheting and cats do not go together at all. As you can see, Snuffy is being ever so helpful.
Maybe Ruthie, our Lollypop Farm Pet of the Week, would be more helpful
Ruthie is a 10-year-old female domestic shorthair mix She’s definitely the lap warmer type and she’d like you to know that she’s afraid of loud noises like thunder. Ruthie is available free of charge to approved adopters, age 60 and over, through Lollypop Farm’s Seniors-for-Seniors program. Come meet her at Lollypop Farm!