Good morning all! It's Oscar here today to start of the post. We don't know how your human acts in winter-all that ice, snow, blowing wind and cold-but our human sometimes starts to feel a bit blah. She told me that she wished she could curl up like I do and sleep the day away. While I understand her sentiment(it really is quite wonderful to sleep, nap, snooze through the day!)we can not allow her to indulge in this activity. Somebody MUST take care of us and pay our bills. So I held a conference with the other two kitty brats and we drew up an action plan for our human to follow. I suggested that she indulge in a warm beverage-perhaps a cup of tea-her favorite is Harney & Son's hot cinnamon and spice-and a scone.
Our Mom might also consider a hot apple cider or a hot chocolate with whipped cream and, if she is really needing it, perhaps some rainbow sprinkles.
Hello folks and felines. It's Winston reporting from the comfy kitty bed. It sure is wonderful being able to cuddle down when it looks so nasty outside. However, I agree with Oscar when he says Mom must not give in to her urge to hibernate through the winter. Who would play with us, clean our litter and pay for our expensive kitty food....Nope-we CAN NOT allow that to happen. My suggestion for the winter blahs was to "embrace the cold"! Goodness, she is Canadian after all. She should have the gumption to get out there and brace the ice and snow. Therefore, I suggested she take an nice walk, warmly bundled of course, and breathe in the fresh air.
She could take a nice long walk in the park. I also happen to know that there is a cafe not too far from her favorite park. Perhaps she could warm up with another tea before heading home. We may even consider giving her cuddles when she returns--if she isn't too cold of course.
Hi all. It is my turn now! It's Emily. I want to report that I just agree with the boys to make them happy. I try giving Mom lots of head bops. She isn't used to head bops. She said no other kitty has given her as many head bops as I do! I think she likes it because it makes her smile. However, I have another suggestion. When she comes back from a cold winter photo walk she can try to warm up her cold toes with these----