Less Stress on Sister Saturday with Seal

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Hello everyone, thank you for stopping by to see me on my less stress Sister Saturday day, I’m glad to be less stressed. You all know that Brother Simon and I are formerly feral graduates but new things still stress us out pretty easily. The Mom and Dad try really hard to minimize the stress of new things, but sometimes it just happens.

So what happened to stress me out? Well, it was a really loud beeping noise, more like a really loud chirp, but not like a bird chirp. Did I mention it was loud? The Dad said it was the backup battery in one of our smoke detectors that needed replaced. They run on electric power but have a battery too. Okay, but I sure didn’t like that noise, I ran and buried myself under the covers on the big bed. That noise was scary. Brother Simon didn’t like it either, but he was more forgiving that I was. It took me two full days to recover from that big fright.

Anywho, I am back to normal now and am enjoying all the comforts once again. The Dad said having working smoke detectors and CO2 detectors is a good thing. Okay Dad, just keep the noise down a bit please.

Have a fun Saturday everyone, see you soon. Remember, adopt cats, we deserve it!!!!! More Forever Homes More Often! Purrrrr! Zip! Later!

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32 thoughts on “Less Stress on Sister Saturday with Seal

  1. MadSnapper

    I know that was scary, but it is a good thing to have protection. fire is even scarier than loud battery beeps. I must say your furs are gorgeous, love the crossed paws too

  2. Teddy

    I bet that was super scary……..we like peace and quiet – our humans seem to not to mind because they usually know what it is that’s being noisy. We just know it’s not “normal” !! I’m glad you’re OK now though. EEEK!

    Hugs, Teddy

  3. Little Binky and Granny

    OMC..Seal, I sure do understand how that must have felt…but you’re very brave to overcome it and Granny is happy that she knows that it works like that, because she’s afraid that that thing is going to beep when Grandpaw’s at work…so annoying🙉😸Pawkisses for a Happy Weekend🐾😽💞

  4. Jan K

    Oh we know how that is, Sister Seal, and we’re glad you are feeling better now. Luke completely commiserates with you on that awful sound – he shakes like a leaf when it happens!

  5. Eastside Cats

    Seal, how interesting…I was just shopping for smoke and CO2 detectors! Wish we could have them hardwired.
    However, that beeping noise is irritating…glad you are back to normal now.

    1. Canadian Cats

      Shoko has heard the beeping sound you talk of but not Budd and me. I’ll try and remember what you say so I won’t get stressed out. Thanks Sister Seal.


  6. Cathy Keisha

    Eek! Smoke detectors and CO detectors are important but they can be loud. Our CO detector saved our life a few years ago. Twice. TW stresses more than I do.

  7. Foley Monster, Pocket and River Song

    Oh my, I hate when that happens. It turns everything in my body into water.

  8. messymimi

    Remind your dad that if he replaces the battery every time the humans change the clocks, it won’t ever chirp again, it will always be a fresh battery.

  9. K Bear

    Oh Sister Seal, you and our Hachi have a lot in common. I guess that you could say that he was once a feral dog, and he doesn’t like new sounds at all either. I’m glad that you’re better now, Sister Seal.

  10. Kitties Blue

    Seal that is an awful noise, and we are not surprised that it frightened you. You definitely look less stressed here and definitely beautiful. XOCK, angel Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, angel Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth, Calista Jo, Cooper Murphy and Sawyer

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