For the cat owner’s out there, I know you will agree that your day is made when your cat is in your lap purring. Such a relaxing and calming feeling. It helps break your train of thought sometimes, in a good way. Worrying for example can be helped by holding your cat. Many experts theorize that the frequency of the cat’s purr might offer a kind of built-in physical therapy. It’s probably no accident that this frequency is also used in humans to help wounds heal faster.
I know my two cats are my therapy cats for sure. Do not get me wrong, I love dogs as well. And I miss my cocker spaniel. But for now my two cats are keeping me chilled and stress-free. I wish the same for all of you. A chillaxed kind of day. Brendel says hello… and good-night in the same breath as she chillaxes in the screen room.
365 Photos Challenge Day 175
Cats’ hearing apparatus is built to allow the human voice to easily go in one ear and out the other. ~Stephen Baker