Dear Paws to Talk,
I like a good adventure. It think it is fun to jump from the top of the kitchen cabinets to the floor, climb trees in my yard and walk all over electrical appliances. I always land on my feet and still have all my hair. I am not afraid to do these things and try some new challenges.
However, my humans panic every time they see me in the middle of a feat. They scream my name and try to stop me.
Should listen to my humans or continue my tricks around the house?
-Jasper the Abyssinian Cat
It seems like you are a very talented athlete. I wish I could see you in action. I was supposed to be an agility dog but I didn’t qualify for any competitions. Oh well.
Your humans worry about you getting hurt when you are in the middle of an adventure. That is why they try to stop you. They probably envision a large vet bill when they see you jumping off of the refrigerator. It seems like this vet requires a lot of treats in order to care for us.
Just because your humans worry doesn’t mean you have to. If you like being bold and adventurous don’t let fear get in your way. Be sure to give your humans extra cuddle time to ease their nerves.
Let me know if you ever go skydiving. I’d like to hear about that.
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