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There would be no war if every human had a cat to nap with

Take a nap with a cat

A cat has many responsibilities when they are in charge of managing a home. One of their primary responsibilities is to love the  humans they live with and take naps with them.

Humans are often insecure and feel unloved. They tend to dwell on their past mistakes and feel insecure.

Because humans feel unloved and insecure, they get angry easily, don’t like to share, and are never satisfied with what they have. Because they are never satisfied with they have, they start wars.

Mr. Putin needs a cat.

I truly do not understand why more humans do not have cats to manage their household and love them.

There would be no war  if every human had a cat to nap with.

Mrs. Hodges, my typist, took a nap today.  And out of the kindness of my heart I decided to nap with her. She was sound asleep when I came in her room. She was very tired from sleeping in the dog kennel a few days ago. And she was tired from  helping  her daughter take out the puppy this morning at 4:30.

If a cat sleeps with a human, the human will wake up joyful and feel like they have the strength to carry on. They will not take toys that do not belong to them and they will not start a war.

“Mrs. Hodges did you feel better after I napped with you today?”

“Yes, Pooh I did. When I woke up I felt refreshed and I stopped dwelling on my past. I woke up filled with joy and the strength to carry on. I want to share my toys and I do not want to start a war. I won’t try to steal my neighbor’s house. It belongs to her, not me.”

If you are a cat and you see a person sleeping, go and lay beside them. Put your head on the pillow right next to the humans head, and then put your paw on their chest.

If  you are a person go to the humane society and get two cats. If one cat is good, two cats are better.

Did you take a nap today? Please tell me in the comments.

If you don’t have a cat to love you, please listen carefully to me. You are valuable and loved. Stop dwelling on your past mistakes. I don’t dwell on being abandoned by my father, the early death of my sister, or my frequent barfing on the carpet. We can not control our past. But we can control what we do today. Forgive yourself for barfing on the carpet and embrace today.

And if I had the chance to meet  you, I would take a nap with you so you would know how truly loved and amazing you are.

Mr. Putin needs to take a nap with a cat so he will learn to not take other people’s countries.

Check out your local SPCA and adopt an animal. Or donate money to the ASPCA. Your gift could save a life. And the animal might save yours.

 

About Pooh Hodges

I have had a hard life. Born to a single mother in a back alley in Wisconsin. I never knew my father. My sister died young. I am writing my story. Look for it.

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  • Esmeralda Esmeralda

    Dear Pooh, my cats don’t like to sleep in bed with me. They prefer sleeping on the floor. The country where I live, Indonesia, has very hot weather everyday, so it’s cooler for my cats to sleep on the floor. Your suggestion is very great, though. I agree with you completely

  • Kathy Storrie

    I love Pooh. He is such a positive cat who makes me laugh. I agree about Putin needing a cat or two or three or four.

  • Amindele

    Why, I LOVE taking naps with humans! I fully agree with you.
    P.S. Is that Charlie in the picture?

  • Pooh,
    Thank you for your wonderful suggestion about two kittens versus one. I’m afraid I will not be able to get any kittens. I have family members who are quite allergic. And as you know, family is quite important.

  • oddznns

    I do not have any cats. Sometimes my grand-dog Charlie comes to visit. I have words though. But, you can’t snuggle up against them. You have me thinking Pooh.

    • Oh dear! You have no cat to manage your household? My dearest Oddznns, your life would be so much richer if you had a cat to take a nap with.
      And please, my dearest friend, if you want a cat, please get two kittens from the same litter.
      They will play together and when you go out to try and snuggle with your words they will not be as lonely.
      Kittens are so easy to potty-train. You won’t have to get up in the middle of the night to let them out. And they can be left home alone when you go to the store to buy kitty-litter.
      All the best,
      xo
      Love Pooh

  • Puddie never napped with me, but she did nap with Jess. Sometimes she would also just lay on the floor next to her bed.

    No, I did not take a nap yesterday. I find it sometimes messes me up for night sleeping. You will not be able to relate to that Pooh. You were made for napping. They even have a nap named after you and your friends, cat napping.

    • Hello Dear Anne,
      Puddie was so kind to nap with Jess. Puddie must have been a special cat.
      Yes, napping too late in the day can make it harder to fall asleep at night. Perhaps you will consider getting two kittens. Two is better than one, and then you will have a cat to nap with. Then all three of you can take a cat nap.
      All the best,
      xo
      Pooh

  • Tara

    Yes, Pooh, we have a cat to manage us. We have always had at least one. We are so grateful to these home managers, they have brought us joy and peace…we see no reason to start wars, therefore, or steal people’s toys and countries. How lovely that, thanks to you, Mama Hodges was able to take a much needed nap!

    • Good Morning Tara,
      How exciting! You have a cat to manage you. Please tell me your cats name. I am always pleased to meet another home manager.
      Mrs. Hodges never wants to invade her neighbors home. A nap with a cat would prevent so much world tension.
      All the best
      xo
      Love Pooh (p.s. will you get to nap today?)

  • Chris H.

    I can think of a lot of people who might be kinder, more compassionate, and peaceful if they had a pet.

    • Hello Chris H.
      It is so nice to meet you. Isn’t it sad how people can be so mean. When all they need to be kind is a cat to take a nap with?
      All the best,
      xo
      Pooh

  • Love this, Pooh (and we totally agree). Our human is typing this for us, by the way.

    From,
    Tucker and Cruz

    • Good Morning Tucker and Cruz,
      Your typist is so kind to type for you. Does she clean your litter box too? Maybe she needs a raise for all her hard work.
      I hope you can find a sunbeam today.
      All the best,
      xo
      Love Pooh