It has always been our wants to have a pet cat and now, we do have. Not just one, but two.
Taking care of our tiny, little cats is like a 24-hour monitoring of whether they are hungry, disturbed or hurt. Their "meows" alarm us in many ways for we don't know what it indicates.
The best things of taking care of the cat are the experiences that we can learn everyday. Just like pampering then when they extremely "meows" over and over again, to the top of their lungs. Thie shows us the instant responsibility to attend to their needs. I pat them slowly and I let my touch of love feel them. When they are hungry, I prepare food for them so that they will be nourished. I also give them water to drink. When coldness scatters the whole atmosphere of the house, I cover them with their blankets so that they will be protected. Most important, I give them the freedom to roam around the house's space. Never to forget their hygiene, I take them to bath.
As we marvel to travel with lots of good times with our tiny, cute, little cats, of course, part of the training is discipline. We don't let them tolerate themselves to stay on the table eating the food. They have their safe houses where they could cuddedly enjoy each other's company.
Taking care of our cats teaches us responsibility and empathy. Responsibility, that we attend to their needs all the times. Empathy, that we feel their needs every time they show manifestations of emotions that we immediately grasp what it reveals to us.
Pets are like humans. They need love and care.