In these days when stress may be high for many humans, and that stress may be communicated, however unwittingly and unwillingly to their pets, it is good to know that some animals are blithely continuing through life in ignorance of the situation, or in apathy of it.
This is my Renn. He is usually in a good humour, often snoozing like this, and always pleased to impart his optimism to the rest of the world. It’s no wonder he is Dr Bellen’s principal assistant.
HeHe! What a lovely photo to wake up to..! :).ReplyDelete
Bless!x Now! Where's me lemon tea..! :o).
He is a sweet boy with a very inviting tummy!ReplyDelete
And a worthy Assistant. I hear he is touted in the Field as one to have by one's side when the rubber meets the road!ReplyDelete
I would just love to give Renn a belly rub! His fur looks so silky.ReplyDelete
Renn, with his foo foo in the air like he just don't care!ReplyDelete
Renn dude you look super comfy.ReplyDelete
I am relaxed around Precious as I know she has no cares but fillingReplyDelete
her tummy and sleeping. I can forget the bad news around us with her.
We humans need the stress relief our pets give us, and Renn looks like
he can impart a lot of relief! He looks good belly up.
He's a wonderful assistant, and a good role model for us all. ♥ReplyDelete
Awww..such a cutie.ReplyDelete
Renn is such a handsome fellow.ReplyDelete
Cats do offer a respite from the outside world. Whenever I read the news headlines these days, I feel like I'm hitting myself on the head with a brick.
I stopped listening regularly to the news on the radio (I don’t have television) long ago. The odd time I still do, I realise it’s all about covid-19, and wonder, “Is there no war raging, no heinous crime committed?” I long for the good ol’ days…Delete
Then again, I can go to Strange Company for some welcome relief...Delete
Such a happy sweetie!ReplyDelete
Just looking at Renn's photo made me smile. What a great stress reliever!ReplyDelete
Oh yeah, I love to nap on my side with curly paws up too! ~ MARLEYReplyDelete
How you keep from snorgling that belly is beyond me. The poor cat would never get any sleep if I were around. We could learn a lot about relaxation from a cat. :)ReplyDelete
He is such a relaxed fellow! Well done Renn keep the calming energy flowingReplyDelete