02-27-2018 07:57 PM
Join us for this week's Ab Fab Friday's - Friday 2nd March @8pm (AEDST)!!!
Topic for this week: What do your pets mean to you?
This coming weekend sees the end of this years Sydney Chinese New Year Festival, and with 2018 being Year of the Dog, I thought it might be fun to follow the animal theme and talk about our pets and what they mean to us.
Whether they're furry, hairy, scaly, feathered, do they add quality to your life? Do they pick you up if you're feeling down? Do they bring the family together?
Come along for an hour and share in the conversation!
How do I take part?
Simply come back to this thread at 8pm Friday night and start chatting!
03-02-2018 08:07 PM
Hi Taokat and All,
My cat means the world to me. He has been with us for 12 years....so gorgeous.
He went missing for 44 days once when we lived in the county and turned up on our neighbours door step meowing and starving one night. Not a scratch on him! Where he was, we don't know but were so grateful to get him back.
He lives with my son and I in our unit now....is very spoilt and SO UNCONDITIONAL.
03-02-2018 08:10 PM
Hey @Sister, it's great to have you here!
We love cats too. We have 2 and they are such a part of our family. They're therapeutic to have as well, and have provided my daughter something safe to love.
03-02-2018 08:17 PM
Indoors....he goes to my mums house from time to time so manages to have more space in a yard. However, being 12 yrs, he is not as active as he used to be.
Where do your cats sleep?
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