|Pick me up or I shall break your heart with sad little wimpers|
Cats are supposed to be more attached to their homes than dogs, maybe because they don't like change.
|Are these bellflowers? I've been calling them, "Those little purple flowers I like."|
No, they don't care for change at all—unless it's new litter, fresh bakery (I speak from experience) or new cardboard boxes, bags, toys and scratchers.
|Oliver's mom may be turning into a flower. Look at her arm|
But this little ball of fur left his home of seven years, moved to an apartment with stairs he was afraid to climb, then here. He conquered the stairs before he moved.
|Oliver at his most content, don't let the expression fool you.|
He got to see a lot of me while mom and dad were looking for new digs last summer. We went to the new park by the apartment and the old walkies park for familiar sights.
|This is not a Mimosa, as Google said, but Allium (alliums?) Thank you, Kathy|
And now he practically lives in a park.