I have an aunt named Tina who I am not too fond of and who I do not want to be bothered with, however, she loved my dog Brandie as did I and other family members.
Tina had a dog of her own during her teenage days before I was born. But, for the most part Tina is a cat person.
When we shared our family home many years ago, she had a couple of pet cats.
Now as Tina is in her early sixties, she continues to own cats.
Tina had been trying to contact my mother and I through the years, yet we did not respond. So, I finally gave her a chance to connect with me a year and a half ago.
She told me how she watched one of her cats take their last breath and how she planned to get a new cat to keep her other cat company.
I kindly purchased some supplies for her pets from Chewy.com. She did reimburse me though I was looking for nothing in return.
Tina had even invited me to her apartment.
I met one of her cats who had been with her for the longest while the other new cat she adopted was hiding somewhere around the apartment still adjusting to her new home.
The white-colored cat that came over to greet me was adorable and so sweet. She had beautiful eyes and such a wonderful essence about her that I could sense.
Within that moment I understood why Tina loved her so much. In fact, I had an adoring feeling for this lovely creature.