When I first wakeup in the morning, my human is still sleeping. She likes sleep even more than I do so I usually have to be a little vocal if I want her to get up and feed me. My humans go to a place called MCLA, I don't really know where I am, just that my humans are with me.
I'm very clean, so on my adventures, I always take time to bathe.
All this adventuring is tiresome for a kitten my age, and since cats sleep sixteen hours a day, that means it's time for my nap.
Taz is an emotional support animal who comforts his two humans--and their human friends. Taz is a kitten, but don't let his age fool you, he's terrific at his job.
I'm a lucky kitten, I have two humans. One is tall and likes to boss me around when I'm chewing her shoes, and the other is short, and likes to give me treats when I behave while she brushes my fur.
There's no typical day as an emotional support animal. My job changes from day-to-day. Sometimes my tall human gets anxiety attacks, so I sit on her head to help her calm down. But other days my humans will invite their friends in, and then they'll play with me!
After my short human feeds me and they both leave in the morning, I like to imagine that I'm a fierce lion exploring a new world.
About two feline hours later, my humans come home! I'm usually still sleeping, so my tall human will cuddle me until I wakeup, so she can feed me. MCLA isn't as hot as my home is in Georgia, so I can sit in the sunlight without getting to warm.
The humans are always making food for themselves, and I try to sneak some of it for myself, but they always catch me.
Sometimes I like to play with my humans by nipping them on the arm or jumping on their legs. It's a lot of fun. I chase them all around our little room.
After the humans go to bed, I jump on each of their beds and lay on their heads while they sleep. They don't seem to mind.
That's a day in my life...goodnight humans.
Thank you for reading about a day in my life. Emotional Support Animals jobs are very important, and the work they do is invaluable.