A Conversation with Benji in Quarantine

I can’t believe it’s been a whole year since I had this conversation with Benji, but it feels like we’re finally seeing the light at the end of the tunnel!

Cats and Trails and Garden Tales

“When’s it gonna end, Sue?”

“What’s that Benji?”

“This confinement. It’s getting on my nerves.”

“It’s only been a week Benji.  Besides. You’re not in quarantine.”

“But you are Sue. And it feels longer in cat years.”

“I suppose it does Benji. But it will be over soon.  And we’ll have learned something in the meantime.  And hopefully appreciate more all the freedoms we really have.”

“Okay Sue. Whatever you say.”

~ Susanne and Benji

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18 Comments on “A Conversation with Benji in Quarantine

  1. It has been a long time, Benji! And I’m sure our cats have complaints too! But it has kept us both from catching covid in an area where the case count has been really high at times. Very cute pictures of you today, Benji!

  2. A year on, and Benji and me are both doing much the same things. In other words, little change for either of us. 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete.

    • No difference for Benji. 😺 For me, less eating out and no traveling to exotic places. And hardly any face time with friends and family. Hopefully changing soon.

  3. Our dog has been in heaven over the last year. We have both been home nonstop and we forget whose turn it is to feed her. Sometimes she gets two meals before we notice. And she gets to go in and out to her heart’s content. I bet your cats are similarly happy to have you two around so much.

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