Vivian’s View from Here


This is one of the archived entries from the BBOOK magazine “Living with Pets”

I hope you will like it.

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Akanksha

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Vivian’s View from Here

I am happy to introduce a guest blogger on Jennifer’s Journal this week. Please welcome Vivian K. Perry, a very dear friend of mine who also happens to be, um, feline…

Greetings, humans! I am thrilled to be given this opportunity today on Word Press to share some photos, and a few
things about myself.


To be honest, I think Jennifer is allowing me to host today to make up for shrieking at me last week, when I brought a mouse in the house. It was a gift, after all, so instead of screaming bloody (mousey) murder, shouldn’t she have been grateful to receive a trophy of my hunting prowess? Especially since I brought it home to her, and dropped it in the hallway – STILL ALIVE? You try to do something nice, but you are only misunderstood…
Actually, I enjoy a lovely life here with Jennifer, her husband, and my sister and womb-mate, Maisie.


Up until two summers ago, we all lived in the city. It was okay, but my sister and I were not allowed outside by ourselves because of all the traffic in our neighborhood and the danger to us that it entailed. So when we moved to the country, imagine our delight to be free to explore the great outdoors!


We can now come and go as we please, chase birds, butterflies and rodents, and savour the lifestyle we had only dreamed about in our former life.
Just last month, Maisie and I celebrated our fifth birthday. Here is what we looked like when we were adopted from the SPCA:


Gosh, I was cute…
Even though we are sisters, Maisie and I are different in many ways. (Some people don’t know that kittens from the same litter can have different fathers; did you? I think that is what happened with us.) Maisie is smaller, and very much on the quiet side…


…while I am larger, quite vocal and in-your-face.


I am truly a Social Animal who adores human relationships and have been known to be exceedingly dog-like. I’ll follow you, talk to you, keep you company, sleep with you, and never, ever let you get lonely.


In fact, the other day, I went next door to visit our neighbor Ben. I simply walked in, meowed at everyone, ventured upstairs, and enjoyed a nap on his bed. No invitation necessary!


Many people think that a cat is a cat. But I’m here today to dispel that assumption. I am not aloof. I don’t scratch, bite or hiss at people. I can be very friendly with just about anyone.
And even though I do catch mice, and perhaps meow a little too loudly, I am as loyal and loving as any dog.
Just ask Jennifer.
About the Author:
http://jenniferkellandperry.wordpress.com
Most of this blog contains sampling of my personal thoughts and observations on life and events, in the form of poetry, prose and musings. From time to time I will share with you some selections of my photography as well as favorite shots from my travels.
A year ago my husband and I got out of the city and returned to rural life in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. Our hope is to continue living life simply and authentically in this beautiful province of ours. I also plan to write a novel in the not-too-distant future.

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4 Responses to Vivian’s View from Here

  1. Hi there, and thank you for the Reblog! So nice to see this in my Reader this morning. Cheers 🙂

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