Meet Pixie, a lovely 12-year-old tuxedo cat who lives in the UK with her human, Beth Wilson. She enjoys going out and discovering new things. She also adores her stuffed animals and inanimate objects. Pixie also appears to want to share her brief excursions with her toys.”
For example, if Pixie enjoys playing in the garden, she may believe that one of her stuffed animals would enjoy it as well, so she brings one along. Perhaps a toy lion, tiger, or a stuffed tuxedo cat that looks exactly like her.
When she notices her parents looking at her, she comes to a halt and puts the toy down. Wilson does, however, occasionally get to take a picture before Pixie notices.
“She likes to take them into the garden in the summer,” Wilson remarked.
“She sometimes merely takes them on a tour and then returns them to the house.” They are sometimes left in the greenhouse. If I lay a blanket on the grass for her to sit on, she will cover it with toys. “She just takes them around the home in the winter,” Wilson explained. “She might cram a bunch of them into one room.”
Pixie puts all the toys back in the toy box when a house cleaner comes, and as soon as the cleaner leaves, she retrieves them out of the box and spreads them throughout the home.
Pixie’s excursions aren’t simply for pleasure; they also have a good effect on those around her. Her human’s life was completely transformed by her. “She looks after me when I’m sick and never fails to brighten me up.” Beth Wilson expressed her thoughts.
If her toys could, I’m sure they would feel the same way.