What do you think of this???
I practise yoga three mornings a week at a nearby club and the venue is next to the club pool.
As the place is surrounded by plants and a pool, we have some visitors on and off, mostly mosquitoes, flies, a lizard a.k.a gecko (once), a frog (once), and some children onlookers.
a little stray kitty visited us right before the class started.
He looked lost, scared, hungry and tiny.
First of all, he sniffed at some of us and then he did his close surveillance of the place.
Then he decided he liked this lady the most. He was rubbing against her for a long time. He liked her.
(This lady is a Pranic Healing practitioner and we think it's because she exudes love, the kitty sensed it from her and that's why he chose her.)
The yoga teacher just started the class and we were all in this downward dog position for some warm ups, the kitty decided her favourite lady's bum is the best place for him to start his day as well!!
Yes, he just jumped up, made one or two rounds up there and settled himself down nicely. Doesn't he look he was so comfy up there??
We were amused but found the little fellow was so sweet too!
Guess what we did? We told this lady to stay in her downward dog and not to disturb the kitty. LOL!!! She's a good yogi and a good sport, and she stayed there for at least 10 minutes until the kitty called it a day.
By the way, the kitty went up onto her bum again when we were in another downward dog time but he didn't stay that long.
Do you see the lady next to her who has a purple towel in front of her mat?
The little fellow found it was a temporary comfy home; he went over, adjusted himself, got his best spot, curled up and took his cat nap.
He slept so soundly and obviously he wasn't disturbed by us at all.
He looked like an angel when he was sleeping.
He was there with us until our class was dismissed which was one and a half hours later.
When we packed, he got up and decided to leave too.
However, the lady with the purple towel decided to give the kitty a home.
Bless her heart. She took the kitty home and our yoga teacher paid for the vet fees.
The lady's two children are so happy to have the kitty with them now.
That was a rainy morning but it was a morning with love and blessings too.