Pixie prefers to go on small adventures with all of her toys
A lovely 12-year-old black and white cat (Known as pixie) who lives in the UK with her owner, Beth Wilson. Pixie isn’t just a lovely and loving cat to her human; she’s also very generous with perfectly inanimate objects. Pixie, like other cats, is naturally curious and enjoys exploring. Pixie is always on the lookout for what’s around the next corner, whether she’s inside or outside.
Pixie also appears to want to instill a sense of adventure in her various plush toys. For example, if Pixie enjoys sleeping on her back in the garden, she could deduce that one of her plush animals might as well and bring it along with her.
When Pixie wants to do something more exciting than lie on her back with her paws up, she brings one of her toys with her, whether it’s a little lion, a tiger, or a little stuffed tuxedo cat that looks exactly like her. “If she senses that I’m watching her, she stops and puts the toy down,” Wilson explained. Wilson does, on occasion, manage to take a photograph before Pixie notices.
“In the summer, she likes to take them into the garden,” Wilson explained. She may only give them a tour before escorting them back inside. They are sometimes left in the greenhouse. She’ll put toys on a blanket I’ve scattered across the lawn as a lap.”
Pixie’s adventures with her toys do not end when the weather cools. “In the winter, she just carries them around the house,” Wilson observed. She had the ability to bring multiple people into a single room. When the house cleaner comes once a week.
Pixie demonstrates how meticulous she is with her stuffed animals. “She returns all the toys to the toy box,” Wilson explained. “As soon as the cleaner leaves, she pulls several from the box and scatters them all around house.”
Pixie’s antics are more than just for entertainment; they have a positive impact on those who know her. Wilson recalled adopting her as a kitten twelve years ago. “She completely transformed my life.” She takes care of me when I’m sick and always makes me feel better.” Her dolls’ toys must be feeling the same way if they can.
Credit: BETH WILSON