But I totally could be, if not for my allergies.
It doesn’t help that my college friend Erin does amazing work helping animals and posts pictures of her foundlings on Facebook. They all make me want to foster, if only I could.
Recently I went to YouTube and before my intended video, this ran. And I didn’t click to skip it when I could have.
Confession: I watched “Catalogue” again while drafting this post.
Alas, in spite of a good two years of allergy shots for this, that and the other thing, and taking Allegra 180 every single day, I’m still super allergic to animals. Recently I spent less than five minutes chatting with my neighbor at the threshold to her apartment, which houses a ragdoll cat, and by the time I returned to my own apartment, one of my eyes was swelling shut and the other wasn’t far behind.
Any notion of owning an awesome cat like Wendy Brandes’ Fitzroy quickly went out the window. I’m left to admire him from afar and watch cat videos on YouTube.
Yes, Mike Kelton, I know you hate this post.
Poor you! I tried to fake allergies when my husband brought home our brood of kittens. But no. Didn’t work.
Jealous. I am.
Haha, I totally relate! I almost think it’s a good thing I have such bad cat allergies because I would definitely be a crazy cat lady, too!
“There’s a cat in the fridge.”
Laughing my ass off!