There are a lot of stray cats as much as there are a huge number of stray dogs. That is why I would say that cats with cat houses are so lucky because their owners thought of keeping them warm outside even during winter.
Some cats do not have this, that they suffer from extreme weather condition, causing them to become sick and unhealthy. Sure it may cost some significant amount, but loving your cat to the core means extending your care to another.
What about you? Do you have a cat? How do you show them that you love them more than just feeding them?
One of the things that make us productive is to learn something new again.
For example, it is best to read and finish at least one book a week to get our brains to function more in terms of vocabulary and comprehension. Another way to learn is to subscribe to online classes and play some instructional videos on a daily basis, to know another skill that will be useful for us especially when it comes to work.
It is also best to take advantage of time while we can still do it, that is to exercise. Looking yourself naked in the mirror will give a lot of clues in terms of your state of health. I just did and so I am planning to go back to exercise again on a regular basis.
What about you? What is something that you want to learn in the future?
I watched a local noontime show last week and noticed that they made an effort to raise funds for Cebu and Bohol earthquake victims. They held a musical extravaganza to showcase their talent for singing and dancing.
What made it extra special is that the hosts share some of their favorite things to give for those lucky text contestants. I saw someone who gave something that looks like guitarlele at guitar center. That must be really special for the host as he uses that on some of his performances.
Some gave some of their favorite bags, clothes, toys and gadgets. I too, send text messages to show some support. I am happy that there are more people who did the same to show some love to those who were affected by the devastating earthquake.
What about you? How do you show support in times of natural calamities?