Senior Tuxedo Cat is a bundle of joy, even though he’s a scaredy cat

BJ

BJ Bangs is an established journalist, photographer, and an aspiring author. She loves everything about cats, including writing about them.

6 Responses

  1. Summer says:

    I live with two-and-a-half senior cats (the half is my human’s dad’s cat who lives upstairs while she searches for a home for her – I’ve met her and she’s nice). I have to say, none of them act like seniors at all! They are all very active and fun for a young kitty like me to play with.

    • BJ says:

      It’s amazing how they keep their kitten side, no matter how old they are. They are a bundle of joy. Hope you find a good home for your dad’s cat, or maybe he’s already found one?? They have a way of wrapping their paws around our hearts, and moving right on in.

  2. Ellen Pilch says:

    He is adorable and I am glad he is doing so well. I am very sorry about your Mom.

  3. Penelope says:

    Nellie, the Cat From hell is at least 17. Other than her propensity to yak – every morning – on the rug, the bed, in shoes she’s in great shape and like Clyde could drive a car and chop wood if she were a human!
    Thanks for sharing Clyde with us!

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