Good-bye, little Gergiev, for a few days
Tomorrow I must leave my lovely cat to her own devices as I visit my parents and their tuxedo-colored feline Domino. Hopefully Gergiev will exhaust herself practicing her pouncing and piano playing while I am away so that we may sleep in peace upon my return. I hope that she will not be horribly jealous that I am leaving her temporarily for another cat. If she liked to travel, I would take her with me so that she could visit her feline cousin. Of course, she might then not want to leave or might want me to adopt a companion for her . . . and this could never be. I must maintain my commitment to a one-cat household.