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IIts suddenly got a bit nippy, so here is FredBear making sure that Little Mole keeps nice and warm! Wish I were small enough to join them!!
Awww Miss Kitty that is so sweet! Snug as a mole in a hole!
Actually, it does look like Fred has just performed a citizens arrest on her!
Awww that's so sweet!
Nice post. But on a serious note - as someone with CCH that lives mostly on her own, I decided to get some guinea pigs for company a year ago. It's been great. They are awake most of each day and just grab little naps - bit like me. I give them the free run of my downstairs hall as much as possible. Sounds daft, but it is very relaxing watching them at play all through the night, during my breaks from regular attacks throughout the night. It is strangely comforting that I am not the only one awake at 2am, 3am & 4am. Best relief for the stress of CCH.
hi miss k, thay do look all snuggly, thay always make me smile,,
Dear little Mole has gone now, but FredBear is keeping his new girlfriend, Winter, warm.
Aww Fredbear and Winter are so sweet!! Sorry to hear about Mole :(
Here's my cuddlebug, but in this heat.. it's slightly less cute
She sneaks onto the bed in the early hours, and sleeps by my side.
Arise and be all that you dreamed.
A year ago a cat needed a home and we adopted Mitsy. It was not the purpose but now we can see a lot of benefit to have Mitsy. My husband has rediscover how to smile when he is looking at her and she is very comforting for him. She now sleeps at night at the bottom of his bed, he does not want me to be with him when he has an attack, it is why I sleep in the guest bedroom. Of course I monitor how he is all the time but he does not need to know. Mitsy really gives some light to us. Animal are very soothing. She needed us and we need her so much. When the suffering of my husband is too much for me, I speak and stroke Mitsy and that help me a lot.
It's amazing how they seem to know when you need comfort.
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