Did you know that adult cats don’t meow at each other? They only meow at humans. They want to tell us important cat things!
This is what Trix looked like when we rescued her — scruffy, mangy, dirty and a pain the ass. She really wanted to help me get the GRE math section down. Thanks, Trixie!
The move was tough on Trix. She didn’t want to leave the safety of under the bed for days. The only thing that brought her joy? This random trash bag. Apparently, she wouldn’t leave it alone, until the roommate, the killjoy that she is, threw it away. Poor Trix. You’ll have another precious one day.
Well, I didn’t realize how many fans Trix had until I announced the end of Trixie Tuesdays last week! Photos of her will probably be less frequent, but the old rookie is happy to provide them every so often.
So here we are!
Sadly, this is the end of Trixie Tuesdays, as the crazy Trix is going to stay in LA with my roommate, as I head on to Texas. She’s a Southern California kitty…she wouldn’t like Texas.
So, goodbye Trixie Trix. Even though you may drive me crazy sometimes, I’m so glad we rescued you from the mean streets.
Be good. Don’t attack too much. Cuddle sometimes. See you at Christmas, baby cat.