Sundae On Monday

In a couple of months, we will celebrate the 10th anniversary of Sundae adopting us.

The vet estimated her to be around two years old at that time, and of course, we have no way of knowing what her life was like before us.

She does seem to be ‘on edge’ most of the time. But there’s one place where she’s completely relaxed and at ease:

We have a couple of open-weave throws, and Sundae will spend HOURS napping under one of her ‘blankies’. These pictures were taken when I could barely see her face peeping out, but most of the time, she’s completely covered.

One day last week, she ‘asked’ for her blankie around mid-morning. After finishing my work at home, I went to run errands and got back home at 3. She was STILL asleep under her blanket.

Most likely, the only thing she would change would be to have the ability to get under it without our help.

~These Days Of Mine~





9 responses to “Sundae On Monday

  1. so very sweet. I have a new rescue 1 year old and so far she is mostly staying under the bed in one room, but slowly stepping out at night and in the early morning. she’ll get there –

  2. Loved your title, and the pictures of hooded Sundae were precious. I like how whenever I visit, Sundae is always quite a gracious host. Leading the way into rooms. Visiting me on the sofa and making sure all visitors comfortable in his home. Sweet post and Happy Anniversary!

  3. Clever title and beautiful photo and sentiments. Humans and felines are all fortunate to have found one another.

  4. Those photos of Sundae remind me so much of our dearly departed Callie. She would do the same thing. 🙂

  5. Shirley Matthews Dunn

    Sundae is a very luckily kittie to have such good pawents. She is so cute peaking out from under her throw.

  6. she loves that blanket …. kinda’ looks like a character from Lord of the Rings – all cloaked and hooded ; )

  7. Now that’s what I’m talking about – a blanket on a cool day! Sundae has definitely found her safe place.

  8. I don’t blame her! Lovely cozy blankets, so inviting. One of our rescue cats has taken years to calm down. Sometimes one has to be perfectly still before he approaches and allows doses of affection.

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