Saturday, August 30, 2008

Everyone Needs Some Lovin'

This is an archive of a previous post I did earlier this year. I was just beginning to build up my blog at that time so I'm sure this is new to a lot of readers today. I like the topic so thought it would be nice to revisit it.


I once heard that everyone needs someone in their life to love whether it's family, friends or pets. Having some other living creature to care for makes all the difference. Many people have big families, lots of friends and several pets while others have small families, few friends and one or two pets. Even if someone has just one important person, or pet, in their life, happiness abounds. The quantity does not matter, it's the quality of those relationships that is meaningful.

As our cats, Angel and Isabella, are demonstrating, we may not get along all the time but we can still show compassion for each other (hopefully it's not while being squished in a cat bed by your little sister!) Don't forget to seek out and nurture relationships with the people, or pets, that you love and make you happy. Keep in contact with family and friends, volunteer in your community or adopt a pet from an animal shelter. Spread the love and reap the rewards!!

7 comments:

Furkidsmom said...

Thats so sweet. We don't do much sharing of beds around here. When Ellie wants the bed she just stares at us until we leave.

Sniffie and the Florida Furkids

Lily - Tulip's Talking from the said...

I LOVE your cats and reading your posts. You seem to have a beautifilled spirit and I enjoy sharing.

~Lily

Daisy said...

That is an important message!

Lindsay said...

Thanks, that is a good message. I also like the picture of your cats fighting. Looks just like my cats. Haha.

Giftbearer said...

Thanks for posting about this topic! I got Carmella from a shelter and she is my pride and joy! If you like animals take a look at my blog and read Carmella's story at
http://artlifenewsblog.blogspot.com

Lux said...

How very true. It's good to be reminded.

Aimee Dars said...

Great photo and great message!