This is beautiful and so heartwarming. Such a beautiful name too, Pixie. Animals bring such joy, give unconditional love, and I don’t need an alarm clock I have a cat shirt. So happy that I don’t need an alarm clock I have a cat shirt brings you so much happiness and gives you so much love. And for many more years to come. My son has autism and anxiety attacks. His cat Fred can preempt when he is about to have one and distracts him and won’t leave his side until his attack has subsided. We didn’t even train him. One day he just suddenly started to do it and we love him dearly for it. To watch him calm my son down is amazing. Cats are awesome! It would be nice for just once if everyone commented positively.
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Threads always turn into a game of poking fun and I don’t need an alarm clock I have a cat shirt!remember what you put out to the universe comes straight back to you. I know that I will invite a host of negative comments because there are sad, angry selfish people out there but this is a great story, mental health is a huge issue and maybe a few of the haters should see what their mental state is! I wish him all the luck with Pixie! What a lovely story and reminiscent of the story of James Bowen and his Street Cat Bob. I live on my own but I never feel lonely with my six cats. They are all so affectionate and loving – traits I never used to ascribe to cats when I previously only had dogs. They are such beautiful creatures.