Yesterday, I came home from the Casino with a delicious half of a filet Mignon and put it in the refrigerator to save for slicing and using as sandwich meat.

Earlier this evening I decided on eating a portion of it in a Kaiser roll. Slicing enough of it down for a sandwich, I heated the roll in my Microwave.

Frankie always jumps to "her" place mat on the table when she hears the Microwave go on and sits so pretty with her front paws folded under a pure white chest, and never moves from that spot watching every bite of whatever goes into my mouth.

Sitting down at the table proceeding to bite into the sandwich, I was through with about half of it when I decided to see if Frankie would eat the beef. Please take in mind she will not eat beef. Frankie feasts on chicken, liver and other such cans of soft food since she's toothless. Albeit both dogs and cats do not chew food, rather it is swallowed and nature does the rest.

Tearing a little sliver from the slice of beef and putting it before her face on a napkin, she quickly gave it a once over smell and swallowed it, not moving from her place on the mat. Before realizing it, I was tearing more little bits from the meat until she had devoured all of it.

Taking the food out of my mouth it could not have given me more pleasure to see this beautiful, little animal so precious to her Mr. Mom enjoy the filet bits as much as she did.

It was a rewarding experience for me and I'm sure for her.


Love blooms forth from the most simplest happenings.

A Cats Purr

"Cats make one of the most satisfying sounds in the world: they purr ...

A purring cat is a form of high praise, like a gold star on a test paper. It is reinforcement of something we would all like to believe about ourselves - that we are nice."

Roger A Caras

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