Was That a Purr I Heard?

Before I start this story. I want to mention a couple of unrelated things. First, I want to wish all American veterans a Happy Veterans Day and a big thanks for your service. Second, I want to mention Chris’s Facebook page got over 1000 likes since my last post. Thank you Ellen Pilch from 15 and Meowing for like #999 and Kjelle Bus Möller from Kjelle Bus aka Charlie Rascal for #1000.

Cat Chris on my lap

The other day Chris was lying on my lap and I was shocked to hear the faint sound of a purr. For Chris, that is amazing because he doesn’t purr. He tries to purr but it always comes out as heavy breathing.

The joke around here is that his purrer is broken but I’m pretty sure that what I heard was an actual purr. Could this be an early sign that Chris is turning into a normal cat? If so, he still has a long way to go.

13 thoughts on “Was That a Purr I Heard?

  1. pilch92

    I am so happy he got a purr out. When we first got Snowball, it took her about 6 months to purr and it brought tears to my eyes when she did.Thanks for the shout out today 🙂 Happy to be 999.

  2. fozziemum

    Indeed all our Vets do us more than we can every repay them for….and as for the FB well done…must scoot over and follow 🙂 and purring..well Pickles has a squeaker more than a purrer..as for normal…pfftttt no idea!!! none of mine fit that category 🙂 hugs Fozziemum


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