He jumped up onto the bed but he felt heavier than usual, I cracked an eye. At first I wasn't sure what was happening but as I focused my gaze I saw that he had his head stuck in a broken glass jar! It was a startling sight but at the same time it was pretty funny. Poor guy. He was pretty "over it". He is such a good cat. He was calm, didn't howl or make a fuss. He just needed help.
Once I realized he wasn't hurt, I had to get a photo.
What baffles me is how the heck he got through the cat door! And how he didn't do any damage to the curtains or walls.
|Thud thud thud down the hallway|
|The only thing hurt was his pride|
|Imagine waking up to this!|
Whatever was in that jar smelled bad. I took him into the shower with me. I wasn't sure how he'd react which is why I got in there with him. He's such a weird cat - he liked it! I shampooed him, rinsed him off under the warm water and towelled him dry. It's good to know he's not afraid of water. Somehow I have a feeling this isn't the last time he's going to need rescuing.
Now this wasn't a small jar, it was quite heavy. He was absolutely knackered and he slept the rest of the day. It's a good thing his mum is a Massage Therapist.
This is typical of life. We should all be curious enough to stick our head in jars. Sometimes we get lucky and our head comes out easily, we've done something that others are afraid to do. That leaves us feeling really chuffed. But sometimes we get ourselves stuck. The object is to not panic. Simply stop and find your way home to the people who are there to help. If you can get your head into the jar, you can get it out. You just might need someone to anchor it for you. Then you can still feel chuffed because you not only did something no one else would do, but you know the right people who can get you out of trouble. Either way, it's a win win and you can sleep well knowing that you are safe no matter what you do.
I have decided to add Jarhead to his name...
|Karma Jarhead Pepper|