Galya and Lelik
At first, I was opposed to a cat in the house, but my sons persuaded me. In the end, I agreed, but with the condition they would feed and clean up after him. Of course, now, I feed him myself, and bathe him. Sometimes, jokingly, I call Lelik my “third son”, but often when my kids get mad, they throw him out of the house, because he lies on everything, leaving cat hairs all over.
Aishat and Bonifatsy
Bonia’s half Siamese, so he’s very skittish and touchy. He thinks that he owns me, he’s very jealous of me. In this, we’re very similar. Despite the fact that everyone thinks that dogs are more loyal than cats are, I think differently. My Bonifatsy certainly beats all the dogs!
Lena and Temka
My uncle gave me Temka as an Easter gift. He’s freedom-loving, practically never at home, he spends all of his time out on the street. He prickly, and can be self-centred. We do have that in common. In the photo, he got mad at me because I made him do what he didn’t want to do… to pose for the camera. But despite his oddball traits, I wouldn’t exchange him for a hundred dogs
Veronika and Motya
Motya’s very quiet and independent. This is probably our greatest similarity. On 14 February, we celebrate Motya’s birthday and we all give her gifts, valentines, and delicious food. Actually, I prefer dogs, but cats are much more easy to care for. They don’t bother you constantly and they don’t require a lot of attention.
Fler Sayakhetdinovna and Myau
In our house, I’m the eldest, and Myau’s the youngest. She’s still small, so she’s very inquisitive. When everyone else goes to work, she’s always near me. Together we cook and clean, and I sing her old songs. Good thing that we have a cat in the house, dogs make too much noise.