You've heard the expression "Queen of the Jungle," right?
Well, our beloved Honey Cat's title is a little different.
It's Queen of the House.
She's an old grandmother cat, about 17 years old.
She was born in Arizona and moved with me to the east coast in 2002.
She was a tiny ball of fur when she first came to live at our house.
Our kids were young and Honey Cat was a huge part of their childhoods.
They are now all grown up and have spouses of their own.
Yet Honey Cat continues to thrive.
She absolutely adores luxury.
If I put fresh linens on the bed and top it with a soft comforter, I know where I can look for Honey Cat that afternoon.
She'll be sunk down, luxuriating in softness.
This past Easter, she perched herself on a pillow that was plopped on the back of the sofa.
Now that spring is coming soon, I'm already starting to worry. She loves going outside.
There are a lot of bully cats in our neighborhood. I wish I could keep Honey in the house but she'll be crying near the door to go out.
Hope she'll be able to still defend herself.
Queen of the House, may your reign continue to be long and healthy.
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