So we are into week 3 of lockdown. Everyone seems to adapting by finding innovative ways to entertain themselves and connect with friends and family through modern technology. In fact this Friday I have set-up a Virtual Work Coffee Zoom meeting with my work colleagues and this week’s theme is ‘Show & Tell your pets!’
As you can see, Simon and I are working on the dinning room table, Simon at one end, and me at the other…oh and 2 Chartreux in the middle!… to be honest they are quite therapeutic!…every now and then I reach over a stroke them and off they start purring. Puts a smile on my face everytime 😊 … stay safe everyone x
When you can’t control what is happening,
challenge yourself to the way you respond to what’s happening.
THAT’S WHERE YOUR POWER IS!…
….plus we have a Chartreux to cuddle 😻
The eyes are one of its most endearing features of a Chartreux. They are large, open and expressive with the outer corner curving slightly upward, set moderately wide apart with the colour varying from yellow to copper.
Pixel is a purrer! …she purrs all the time… sometimes I think she forgets to stop!!
When a cat purrs within a frequency range of 20-140 Hertz, nearby humans may be therapeutically benefiting from these vibrations. Purring has been linked to lowering stress, decreasing symptoms associated with difficulties in breathing, lessening the chances of having a heart attack, and even strengthening bones. It seems that our fur babies may have the ability to relieve us of our troubles, or at least make our worries seem less important. The bond between cats and their owners may never be fully understood but it’s nice to know having a furry confidant around can add years to our lives!
Nova’s kitten are now also 6 months on today. See how beautiful they have grown…..
…. thank you to all the new owners for sharing their lovely photos 😻😻😻😻😻😻
Chartreux are calm, observant, intelligent, non-aggressive, affectionate and good with children and other animals, cats or dogs!
Thank you to the Humphries family for sending through this beautiful photo of Phoebe (dog) and Paddington (from Maddison’s litter last year)
In their words… “He is big, but so beautiful. He is always admired by visitors and Phoebe adores him. They play together so well and she’s so tolerant (even when he’s pouncing on her head from the sofa ?). A perfect match for us all. Thank you xx”