Last year I wrote a blog post about not wanting to live for the weekend, but guys, weekends are great. I always feel like I’m working (don’t we all?) and weekends are the perfect time to stop.
A little under a month ago I wrote a post called ‘The worst things about living in a complex‘. It was super popular, at least for my little slice of the Internet called Curious Robyn.
It was even featured on Women24!
I’ve decided to highlight some of the nicer points about #ComplexLiving in this post, because every cloud has a silver lining right?
…on a leash.
I know that may sound strange to many of you but Pixel is an indoor kitty who, up until last week, was not able to be friends with boy cats because before you know it she could’ve come home pregnant.
In other words, she still needed to be sterilised and there are A LOT of cats in our complex so she stays indoors.
To get a her a little extra exercise and some fresh air, Daniel and I like to take her out when we can. She happily wears her harness and has no problem walking on a leash. She’s very chill not much bothers her.
A couple of weeks ago we decided to visit a park/forest place near our home which we didn’t even know existed. I’m so glad we did. Pixel loved it, we all got some fresh air and the place was beautiful. So of course, I took photos.
This cat-raising business is not for the faint of heart, you guys. Daniel and I had a HELL of a weekend dealing with little Miss Pixel being on heat. Like on the hottest of heat.
Let me start at the beginning.
We have a kitty named Pixel, if you don’t know that by now you must be new here. Hi.
She’s the baby in our home (and will remain so for quite some time – sorry, Dad).
She’s cute and fluffly and she’s 9 months old now. We hadn’t had her sterilised up until this point because she’s an indoor cat and there didn’t seem to be any rush.
Up until now.
You may wonder to whom the title of this post is referring… Well, that would be my 4-month-old kitten, Pixel.
As the first cat I’ve ever had the privilege of belonging to, I got lucky with Pixel. Daniel and I know as much.