Love these two little creatures ❤️
I used to be staunchly anti-cat. But years ago I desperately wanted a puppy and I had to ask our landlord (who at the time was Matthew’s dad and is notoriously anti-dog) and I thought if I was like, super, super sweet and ate his salmon pâté the next time I saw him (I hate all seafood/fish) he would say yes. But it definitely didn’t work, and I definitely ate salmon pâté for nothing. So, I decided, if I can’t have a puppy, I’ll settle for a baby something, and cat was the second best option.
I remember searching the SPCA website at work at lunch, and I saw Penny’s cute little face. I called, and she was available and I cancelled a meeting that afternoon “for a personal emergency” and drove to the Burnaby SPCA to meet her. And weirdly, almost 2 years later, I met Frank at work, also at the SPCA. While working on a campaign we were doing a photoshoot with some of the animals at the Vancouver SPCA, and when I saw him, I knew. He reminded me so much of Matthew (lol) and I just couldn’t let him live with anyone else.
We don’t have any kids yet, so we consider these our furry babies ❤️
Aprovechando que hoy es el día del gato os quiero presentar a mi tío Mosquetón.
Es un gato común europeo asmático al que tienen que medicar todos los días, y cuando vamos al pueblo todos nos lo pasamos genial en el jardín!
Al principio me tenía miedo, pero ahora ya nos llevamos bien y no se asusta de mi. ⤵️ English bellow:
Taking advantage of the fact that today is the day of the cat I want to introduce you to my uncle Mosquetón (Carabiner).
It is a common European asthmatic cat that they have to medicate every day, and when we go to the village we all had a great time in the garden!
At first I was afraid, but now we get along and do not get scared of me.