The Tiniest Tiger Leaps Like a Rabbit

Friends, it is the YEAR OF THE RABBIT in the Chinese Zodiac!

I started to think about Rabbits while here in the office working with my mom. Rabbits are great jumpers and as you might already know, I love to leap!

When my  feline diabetes returned, my back legs were a bit weak so my jumping abilities were limited.  I tried and failed at many attempts to imitate Super Cat.

But now, I am feeling like myself again and I think maybe I can leap from this desk, over my mom’s shoulder onto her desk.

Yes, I think I can. Wish me luck.  Here I go…..

All I can say is I MADE IT!  I REALLY DID!

My Mom did not share my enthusiasm at first.   I scared her when I skidded across the desk and landed between the keyboard and the monitor.  She didn’t know  I was coming.

She told me it might be a good idea for me to keep Lazy Leopard company for the rest of the morning.   My heated thinking circle is snuggly warm, I have to admit.

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  1. How very wonderful for you, dear Tiniest Tiger! I am very proud of you for not only trying, but for also succeeding in your goal! And my darlings ‘Bubba’, ‘Dixie’, and the newest addition to their family, known only as ‘the baby’ right now, also congratulate you. They, like myself, think that you are absolutely wonderful. We are proud to know you, even if it is only online. Keep smiling, keep the cat faith and the cat curiosity. We were going to take your survey, but we cannot find it.

  2. Gracie, must I tell you what I tell Cleo when he goes leaping over my shoulder; “Cats aren’t supposed to fly” So very glad you are feeling better!

  3. Janet Collins says:

    Way to go, Gracey!!!

  4. janell markey says:

    YEAH!!!!!!! Congrats on making the jump Gracey!

  5. Love reading about you 🙂


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