I'm not sure that I have any of that to share, but I will say this: Savannah, who HATES to be brushed, just let me brush her for the first time in months all the while purring!! This is so incredibly out of the ordinary that I had to share it!
Of course I don't expect this to happen more than once. (She usually growls and carries on while being brushed.)
I think this weekend I will ... hm, I can't really think of anything fun other than using my Japanese cherry blossom lotion.
We must be the change we wish to see in the world. -- Mahatma Ghandi
O Lovely, That's very cool indeed about Savvy. I wonder what on earth made her switch the behavior. Is ther eanything you did differently? that you can think of or a different brush perhaps? Very INTERESTING INDEED AND REWARDING FOR YOU!
i like japanese cherry blossom too! My shower felt wonderful. I'm slathered in cetaphil cuz i can't do scents all over but i do like it on my hands when i go to bed at night. Ummm yum i think i'll do that when i go to bed tonight. thanks for the share
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