A few more words about Cammie before I move on to other cats. And I do have other cats, though you may not know it from this blog. Cammie seems to take up quite a few articles here, but only because it is her personality that is changing the most right now.
From the previous article, you may think that she is a non-stop trouble-maker. But she is not. Even with the roommates whom she annoys - or tries to annoy - the most, she is not always a little menace. Tungsten will tolerate her from time to time, as may be seen in these photographs; and if the orange one periodically doesn’t mind her, then there’s hope yet.
Much of the time, Cammie is sleeping, or resting or snoozing. There is so much to do in that line, after all. So many ways to take one’s leisure. I have mentioned that she uses Bear-Bear’s old cat-bed. I realised after I had written that, that it is the only cat-bed she does use. She once stepped through another cat-bed, but that was the extent of her use of it. However, the princess doesn’t need a cat-bed to enjoy being lazy. Sometimes, she just needs the sun.
And so, Cammie lives her days in what I hope is comfort. I don’t know whether she is happy or not. It’s hard to tell with her; as befits one from the Orient, she is, as the stereotype used to run, inscrutable. Sometimes she purrs, so I think she is content, at least sometimes. And that’s frequently the most that we can hope for ourselves, too.