Our daughter has a cat. My husband and I have a dog. We do not live in the same country and she is thinking about coming to visit early next year. In these days of Covid-19 nothing can be spur of the moment so plans must happen. We have begun to seriously contemplate what it would mean if she and her cat really do make it home for a few months.
The travel for the cat is a mystery. He is a nervous and rather aloof fellow so we don’t know what kind of reaction he would have to flying. Our daughter is worried (what mother wouldn’t be?) that she will have to sedate him! Time will tell. Our dog has not had to share her space with any other animals for a few years. She used to be the youngest of our four dogs and now she is the only one left. She is 10 years old. She is slowing down. We are not sure she will ever bond with our daughter’s cat the way the picture above shows, but one never knows and I guess we should be open to finding out.
For today, our dog is happy and ignorant of what the future has in store for her. Perhaps I should pretend I am her for now too.