Greetings! I am Sirius Black, cat yogi and lover extradonaire! I have been asked to tell you about myself, which I am happy to do because I am fabulous and happy to share myself with the world.
I begin each day by waking the Tall One so she can pet me and turn on my shower. I do this by purring and making biscuits on her chest while she’s in bed (this means I lovingly knead her with my paws.) The Tall One turns on the shower and I joyfully run to the shower stall to listen to the waterfall and begin my morning meditation and cat yoga poses. Once I am done, my brother Batman and I go take turns making biscuits on the small humans in the house to wake them up. We are particularly fascinated by the boy human that likes to cover himself with dirt and then doesn’t groom himself with his tongue. But I do love to snuggle with him when the Tall One has made him take a bath.
While the little humans are at school my brother Batman and I like to watch birds out the window, then curl up hug each other as we nap in sunbeams from the window. Occasionally, we also like to walk by the dogs in their crates and practice our downward dog yoga pose to ironically remind them that we are free to walk about the house and they are not. Ha! We love the dogs at our foster home, especially our Corgi friend who we often nap with and groom, but of course cats rule and dogs drool! Namaste!
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