cherishe cat

hc that magnus had always wanted a cat since he was a baby cuz he has always felt connected to these creatures cuz his and their eyes were so alike

and when he was young he loved to make cats magically appear with his magic cuz their presences were reassuring to him

don’t think about the joy magnus must have felt the first time he was able to adopt a cat, a joyful little feline he saved from a life on the streets and offered it a loving and warm home

don’t think about how devastated he must have felt when his first companion - the first living being to never let him down, unlike his mother, his step-father or any other person who was horrified to see magnus’ uncommonl eyes - died and he was left alone to face the cruelty of the world 

don’t think about all the cats magnus cherished and lost over the decades, over the centuries

don’t think about the fact that every time his pet - and friend - dies, a piece of magnus’ heart dies with it

don’t think about magnus being completely crazy about all of his furry fellows

don’t think about how magnus never forgot his former cats’ names

don’t think about how magnus always sips a drink on his cats’ birthdays and whispers birthday wishes to them into the air

don’t think about how pleased magnus must have felt to see that Chairman Meow loves Alec

don’t think about how, after both Chairman Meow’s and Alec’s deaths, memories of them both will forever be intertwined in magnus’ head

just don’t.

The average length of a hug between two people is 3 seconds. But researchers have discovered something fantastic. When a hug lasts 20 seconds, there is a therapeutic effect on the body and mind. The reason is that a sincere hug produces a hormone called “oxytocin”, also known as the love hormone. This substance has many benefits in our physical and mental health, helps us, among other things, to relax, to feel safe and calm our fears and anxiety. This wonderful calming is offered free of charge every time we have a person in our arms, who cradled a child, we cherish a dog or cat, we’re dancing with our partner, the closer we get to someone or just hold the shoulders of a friend.

My parents generation be like: “You’re 20 and have nothing accomplished in life and you don’t even want to go to college!”

False.

I make a good living off my art, work 60 hours per week and I am perfectly happy with that. I’m incredibly glad I work as an independent artist with a great reputation in more than one community, over 20.000 people around me in social media and I make people happy with my work every day.

I have a great romantic relationship going for 3+ years now and we continuously work on ourselves and mutual understanding, a great relationship of love, trust and affection with an amazing person.

I pay my rent, taxes, and I have two awesome cats I cherish very much.

I have a bunch of great friends, who are not always here but I love them dearly and I know I can talk to whenever I need to, and vice versa. We will always have an open ear and open arms for each other.

I have my lifestyle and myself figured out, i am constantly pushing myself forward to become a better and more kind person, and I am not afraid of the changes in my personality that are inevitably going to come, because I know life is all about change. And I’m looking forward on what’s to come.

Now tell me again I have accomplished nothing in life and that I need to get ‘a real job’.