I’ve got a very specific bow tie on today.
And a very specific reason for wearing it.
How do you like it?
It has rulers on it.
This message is all about measuring up.
You’ll notice I’ll be using a lot of analytical terms here.
(Well, as many as I can comfortably throw into my message.)
So, what are the tools of measuring?
There are many and they come in different shapes and sizes.
Quite frankly though…
…I’m not sure how to use any of them.
Why am I talking about measuring, then?
(I actually got myself confused there for a minute.)
Seriously though, what I want to talk about is how to adopt a cat.
Humans go to the shelter to size up the potential adoption candidate.
Humans expect the cat to measure up to their specifications.
Humans assess all the candidates.
Humans evaluate and analyze everything before they make a decision.
That isn’t how you adopt a cat.
You let the cat pick you.
You go to the shelter and stand there.
The cat who wants you will come to you and sit on your lap or rub against your leg.
The cat chooses you, and cats always pick the right human.
Humans make us laugh.
They always make things so difficult.
Go to a shelter.
Let a cat pick you.
Live happily ever after.
The length of time it takes to meet isn’t important.
What’s important is the depth of the heart.
I’m outta here.
The Dapper Gent
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