I Love You This Much, Cat

So the other day, I stumbled across an old letter. The writing was messy, it was all scribbled in pencil (and it was fading). I couldn’t recall what it was and was about to chuck it out until I realised what it was. It was a letter I randomly wrote when I was 14!

Now it’s not the proudest thing ever. In fact, I alternated between cringing and laughing about how lame it is… but anyway, here it is. Just for entertainment ūüėČ

Dear Kitty,

Today when I was binge watching the big bang theory season 8 episodes, Penny sang this beautiful lullaby to make Sheldon sleep which goes like this: “Soft kitty, warm kitty…”

The lines drew my attention towards you as I had my real lullaby with me and I could always sleep beside you and feel the warm cuddle. I felt like I don’t need anyone else to make me feel at rest because I can always turn to you if I ever feel lonely and you’d be there with all your attention. I don’t say this very often but I really love you, my kitty cat.

I still remember the day I held you in my arms for the first time and you just looked at me with you big eyes as if you knew I was going to be your roommate/ mate/ partner in crime for life. I just loved how you comfortably slipped into my arms feeling so secure and sure about me. That gave me feeling of responsibility that I’m till now bearing with pleasure.

I wonder what it would be like to be in your shoes. I mean do you still miss your friends back at pet store? And have you forgiven me for distancing them from you? Also why do you make a sad face when my friends come over to hang out? I mean you know that I love you more than anyone and sometimes I have to divert my attention to other important stuffs. But I’m glad that you forget about everything as soon as call your name and you come running towards me leaving your never-ending hunt for mice. I just want you to know that it has been a lovely ride ( though bumpy sometimes when you fall sick) but I have enjoyed being with you more than anything. I love you so¬†much!


Like I said, extremely lame and embarrassing but hey, I was young (no idea why I even wrote that though) and it’s always funny to look back and have a laugh.

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