Aug 26, 2010
We didn't mind the heat, but we could tell Miss E was distressed.
Then we all began to feel queasy.
My Queen was very distraught and kept circling through the house checking on everything. She finally went to hide under the blanket on Miss E's bed.
Earthquake! It was a very uncomfortable feeling. Purrsons don't pay much attention, as I have noticed before in my years of living here.
I know it gets much worse than a 4, but just the same we were all affected deeply. That's the price of being alert and sensitive cats.
The slightest noise or movement makes him jump. Poor little boycat!
I have tried to get him to calmly meditate, but he is unable to focus and his fur is floating everywhere.
Spyder has now retired to the laundry basket on the floor, and refuses to come out. Just for safety sake, I am now guarding over them both.