Hello, my darlings. Happy Valentine’s Day to you all. This may come as a surprise to you, but this kitty supermodel is flying solo today.
I’m not bitter about it, though. I feel good about myself; I feel the love. I’m just a big ball of love right now, and Valentine’s Day is a time to celebrate love.
I am, however, feeling a little nostalgic for some of the loves of my life, like Snowflake. We dated off and on for about two years… She was a fluffy Persian with beautiful blue eyes, and we got along fabulously. She loved fashion and modeling almost as much as I do, but she wasn’t ready to commit. She was kind of aloof and wishy-washy. In the end, it just didn’t work out, but I’m not mad about it. We’re still friends.
Shortly after Snowflake, I met Taylor, and boy was she fun! She was loud, brash and bold with diva tendencies, but I learned something valuable in that relationship. I learned that two divas is one too many divas in the same relationship. The balance was off, and it was a recipe for drama.
Yup, the relationship only lasted one month…
After Taylor, I starting seeing Adriana, a sultry Abyssinian.
SO sweet. SO sassy. But she was also afraid to commit.
Gosh, when I think about her now, I remember so many good times… We fit a lot of feline fun into about six months.
And then there was Cookie and her gorgeous green eyes… What a charming, kind cat. She was the kind of kitty I could see myself building a life with, and I know that she wanted to take that next step, but the timing wasn’t right. My kitty modeling career was really taking off, and I got cold paws… Cookie and I had been together about a year when she called it off.
In hindsight, that was the closest I’ve ever come to settling down.
Lastly was Lyla and our unforgettable summer fling. We only dated for two weeks, but those were two weeks of sunshine and fun. She was a laid back hippy beach cat I met on location in Kauai.
Sadly, none of my relationships ended with me walking down the aisle, but that’s OK. I loved nine lifetimes.
I hope you’re being spoiled by somebody today, but if you do need or want a Valentine, I’m happy to oblige. Just let me know.