Their emotions remain undeniable. Call it anthropomorphism if you wish, but I’ll likewise call you a fool and a liar. They have the same emotions we have. In fact, I’d bet they’re more in touch with their feelings than any human in the history of our planet.
So it is with Kazon, the baby of the house, the pathetic yet adorable child who needs his daddy, a feline unable to exist without my companionship and presence. I fear for his life should something happen to me.
And it’s in his eyes that that truth becomes adamant in its clarity. There is such trust, such adoration, such love.
I doubt I’ve ever known anything so real.