July 20, 2012

Dear Diary,

Today had its usual ups and downs. I spent most of the morning being lazy with my cat, Axel. He's a real sweet heart and likes to nap in my lap when I watch TV. He also gets really jealous when I try to do other things, such as read, talk on the phone, play games and so on. I know that he only does it for attention though, so I love him for being affectionate. I also love the fact that even when I'm having a bad day, he is still always there for me, staring at me and purring, and cuddling up to me when I'm sad. Even if your not a cat person, they sure do come in handy, even the females, who are known to be mean. And I know what having a mean female is like. Try having two at the same time. They have their moments when they're like, "Oh mommy I love you so much!" then later they're like, "I'm going to kill you." sometimes I think they're bipolar, but I know that a cat's aggression can stem from their breed, their past, or even a mixture of both. But the cat that I have now, is a loving, sweet, half Himalayan, and half tabby cat named Axel. He is a very pretty cream colored cat, with tabby stripes and dots, but those are a light orange. His fur, just like Himalayans, is fluffy, but the tabby in him makes it a medium length. His mother was all black and long haired. I have a friend who has his sister from an older litter who looks just like the mother. She is also beautiful, but the full blown Himalayan trait to be mean, is very present in her. Sometimes Axel acts weird, slightly aggressive for no reason, but most of the time he's sweet, and only gets mad when you irritate him.

This concludes my 3rd entry.

Sincerely, Jess Bell