Stories about cats who turn someone’s life around don’t get much better than this one. When a black and white cat named Miss Tuxedo crossed paths with a homeless woman at a San Francisco Bay area cemetery, the two lost souls somehow saved each other. Rosa Katovitch would come to the cemetery to sit by her fiance’s grave. “I’d come here, sometimes 6, 7 hours a day, and just sit,” Katovitch told a reporter at the San Francisco Chronicle. “If you’re quiet, you’d be amazed at the things you see. God’s whole creation – skunks, raccoons, moles, birds … and cats.” One of them was Miss Tuxedo. “I think she’s the reason I’m still here,” says Katovitch. Read the full story on SFGate.com.
If you missed any of the stories featured on The Conscious Cat this week, here’s a recap: on Monday, feline veterinarians Elizabeth Colleran shared what euthanasia is like from a vet’s perspective, on Tuesday, we reviewed the gorgeous Googie Cat Bed, on Wednesday, we gave you some tips on how to help your cats cope with fireworks, on Thursday, we told you about a cool new app that will let you help homeless cats simply by walking, and on Friday, we reviewed Lorna Barrett’s new book, Bookclubbed, featuring Miss Marple the cat. And don’t forget to enter our giveaway for a ModaPet cat bowl!
Today’s video of a kitty playing peek-a-boo made me smile. Do your kitties play peek-a-boo with you?
Have a great weekend!
Photo via SFGate.net