Purring as an alternative lifestyle.
My name is Blotz and I'm writing in response to the obvious concern regarding
I myself am not bothered by this dreaded affliction. My brother Kirk however,
purrs at ALL times and under ALL circumstances. Nothing interferes with
his purring capabilities.
When I mentioned joining a support group, i.e., Purraholics Anonymouse,
Kirk emphatically answered NO!
He then proceeded to explain.
According to Kirk, purring is NOT an addiction, nor a problem. It's very
simply an alternative life-style. He pointed out that because of the purring,
he gets petted, caressed and catered to with much more frequency than
I. Adding, that of course our folks didn't love him more, but he was usually
much more available for receiving attention.
Another point he made had my full attention.
Think about this one.....
If you do something wrong, especially when you know the "rules"; how severe,
if at all, is your punishment going to be? Do you really think you're
going to be punished if you look up, while purring and lean into them?
I think not.
Well, I don't know about the rest of you, but this has lead to my uncertainty.
I've begun to increase the frequency of my purr as will as the volume.
With time.....we'll see.
With purrrrfect sincerity,
Blotz and Kirk