“What’s the matter, Benji? You look down in the dumps.”
“I’m bored, Sue. There’s nothing to do.”
“You could go outside, Benji. Lots to do out there.”
“It’s freezing cold, Sue. You know that.”
“You’re right. Now that you mention it, I’m feeling kind of down myself.”
“What’ll we do, Benji?”
“I know! Let’s play!”
So we did.
We were both happy.
~ Susanne and Benji
Glad you both had fun. 🙂
Thank you! When Benji’s happy, I’m happy. And vice versa! 🙂
Such a beautiful cat! I’d love to hug her. ❤️😻
Aw thanks so much! He’s quite huggable! 🙂
Oh, sorry Benji! Oops… 😜
No problem! Who would know the difference? 😸😻
That sounds like a great way to chase the doldrums away!
It worked for both of us! 😻
I’m glad you both enjoyed your game!
Benji appreciate when I take the time to play with him so it makes me happy too! 😻😻
They are never too old to play. 🙂
Best wishes, Pete.
Thanks, Pete.. Benji always appreciates the attention when I take the time to play with him.
Ollie still has to have some playtime, usually after we have eaten dinner. Despite his advancing years and Arthritis, he still expects us to play with his toys, if only for 15 minutes.
Awww, that’s good. I get busy and forget to play with Benji and Tiger, even more, but they both need it, too.
Foster is like that too. Lately he’s been deciding to play anywhere from midnight to 5 or 6:00 am!😂😂
They definitely have their own play clock, don’t they? Benji is usually raring to go early in the morning! If he starts to get in trouble, then I try to channel his energy into playtime!
Love me some Benji!