Wordless Wednesday

Dear Furiends, purr121

Last Wednesday, I was in a total meow because I thought my brofur, Mr. M, was invading my purrsonal territory.  In other words, he spent a great deal of the day in Master Munchkin’s lap. (Master Munchkin is MY purrsonal human & mom belongs to Mr. M.)  Anyway, once I calmed down enough to be rational, I asked myself why my brofur would suddenly want to spend hours with my purrsonal human, after making snide remarks about him running around too fast and being too noisy for years.20170422_112443

Once I began to focus on facts, instead of emotion, I learned Master Munchkin was ill and Mr. M, who is a wonderful purr-therapist, had put aside his purrsonal predjudics and begun purr-therapy. I am very ashamed to admit that I was so self-centered and petty that I didn’t initially realize what a kindness M was purrforming.

And thus, I am using this blog as a public apology, which I believe is only just, since I made an equally public accusation.  M, I am very ashamed of my behavior. Please forgive me.

Purrseidon >^.^<

BTW, Master Munchkin is healing well.

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    1. Admitting I was wrong was NOT easy, but it was the correct thing to do and I feel much better now that I’ve done so. Purrhaps, now that I have taken this step, other’s will use my example and emulate. >^.^<

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    1. Yes, purrs certainly are a miracle cure. The doctor predicted he would take 2 weeks to recover and M had him back to bouncing in 3 days… my brofur is a very accomplished purr-therapist. >^.^<

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  1. Awww … Purr, don’t be too hard on yourself. Sometimes we get that way about people or things we love … and it takes a good person/cat to be able to admit it. Who could resist that face? Okay, okay … I suppose if anycat could resist your cute face, it would be Mr M … but I choose to believe he loves you all the same.

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    1. I’m sure M loves me, but I also know I can frustrate him. I don’t mean to, but I need to be me, just as he needs to be him… and I do love him, too. >^.^<

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  2. messymimi

    Bravo! It takes a big heart and a lot of courage to admit a wrong and ask forgiveness. My hope is everyone is healing up physically and emotionally from this.

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    1. That is my hope, too. Mr. M told me I should ask questions first and I suspect he is correct about that, too. Jumping to conclusions made me look quite petty and foolish. >^.^<

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