After five days, we finally got the hooman (aka Meowmy) to type. She says she has been so busy with work and everything else in her life right now that she really hasn't had to time to update our bloggie... I say she just doesn't know how to prioritize her life... After all, what can possibly be more important than US? Of course nothing! Can you believe she was working the other day until 2 am? TWO in the morning! Not fun!
Anyways, our apologies furriends - without opposable thumbs there is really nothing we can do besides wait on her to type our thoughts - sigh.
Well, on another note, today we have a "Philosophical Question" for you all that has to do with the picture below:
There are four of us fur-kids, "raised" by a single-meowmy. Like in a bean family, our toys are in the living room, and we rule the house - the difference is they cry and we meow; we consider our way far less annoying. Our home is adapted to our needs - we have shelves on the walls, a big bed where we let meowmy sleep with, a place to fit our bathrooms, etc. You walk through the doors you definitely know it is a cat house... Meowmy makes sure we are entertained, put it that way.
So, here is the Philosophical Question:
Are we a "Normal Family?"
Is it "Normal" to have "so many" fur-kids and none bean babies? (not that we think it isn't, obviously)
Could Meowmy be replacing a "Normal Family" with us?
Is she, herself, "Abnormal" for having fur-kids and not bean-babies?
Has your meowmy ever been called abnormal for having too many fur-kids? If so, how did she react, and what was her response to that comment?
Sadly furriends, this is not just out of curiosity, this has happened to Meowmy, and has sadden her a bit... Not that it has changed at all how she feels about us, or anything like it, but she thought it was an unnecessary comment... So now she is curious to know if others go through the same thing and how do they deal with it?