You know that wonderful feeling you get when you buy something your cat really, really loves? I got to experience that a couple of weeks ago, and it wasn’t even with a cat product. I ordered a new quilt to spruce up my tired old sofa, and Allegra thinks it’s the best thing ever. But why don’t I let her tell you herself.
Hi everyone, it’s Allegra! The other day, Mom opened this big box, and took out a really pretty looking quilt. I wasn’t sure what she was going to do with it, but I was intrigued. Next thing I know, she’s taking all the pillows off the sofa. Weird, but then, I’ve come to accept that sometimes, Mom just does things that make absolutely no sense. Next, she draped the new quilt over the sofa.
I wasn’t sure what to make of it at first. I don’t really like change, and all of a sudden, our sofa looked different. But after a while, I couldn’t help myself and went to check it out. I carefully hopped up on the sofa, and proceeded to give the quilt a thorough sniffing. I covered every inch of it!
It wasn’t until after I had finished sniffing that I realized how soft the quilt was underneath my paws. I decided that it would make a purrfect napping spot.
Now I spend some time on the sofa every day! I never really cared for the denim cover on the sofa, but this quilt has been a game changer. Mom calls it our “Allegra magnet.”
I also think it makes for a nice backdrop to highlight my beauty, don’t you think?
And Mom says to tell you just in case you love the quilt as much as we do, she got it from a place called Amazon, where many of the things that just magically appear at our house come from. She also said that if you buy the quilt through her link, she makes a little money to keep me in cat food.*
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