over the last few months, I've been talking about trust in the human. It takes a lot to get this from me, and so it should from any cat. Peoples are stupid. We cats are born with the knowledge that we are superior, this only reinforced by all of the idiotic things our peoples do on a daily basis. So to learn to trust one in spite of all of this is rather a big deal if you ask me. Add to that the fact that I was definitely not trusting when I came to this human, and you can see that whenever I show a modicom of deciding to go down that path, it gives the human a great deal of pleasure. In supportof this, note exhibit A. The look of apparent bliss on my face as my human bestows affection upon the floofy yummy tummy is not, in fact, real. It's simply put there for the benefit of peoples, as I know it makes them go all mooshy, and when a people is mooshy, it leads to better amounts of treats! For the sake of my human and her dysfunctional eyes, I added loud purring and a few well timed miaows. As any cat worth their salt will tell you, this is not an indication that I am thoroughly enjoying this activity. It's only a way of getting the human to capitulate without a fight. And you know what? It worked! The moral of the story? Trust isn't such a bad thing... Not when it gets you treats! Have a yummy tummy Tuesday, friends, and show off that floof! you never know, it might actually gain you something worthwhile!