Weekly Photo Challenge: Companionable

Bhola sleeping on the bed as sun rays fall over him...

Bhola sleeping on the bed as sun rays fall over him…

 

Reading Biochemistry: Yes, he is trying to help me with my studies. ;)

Reading Biochemistry: Yes, he is trying to help me with my studies. πŸ˜‰

 

I know buddy, the world outside is so much more interesting than Biochemistry lessons. :(

I know buddy, the world outside is so much more interesting than Biochemistry. 😦

 

Since the one year that I’ve been home he has been my only companion. Living in a completely new town, I don’t know many people here, well, none my age, and all those times that I’ve been sad, teary eyed, I’ve hugged him like my one true friend. I have told him things even my mother doesn’t know. I’ve even cried keeping him in my lap. And he has always been the same, the silent, mute spectator, looking at me with his thoughtful eyes. We have played together numerous times and slept under one blanket like siblings. He is the only pet we’ve ever had. And I love him for being with me, for being a friend, a true companion.

 

My entry to the Weekly Photo Challenge.

 

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44 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Companionable

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  5. Ok. It might sound cheesy, but I love cats. And by love, I mean LOOVVVEEEEE Cats. Their purrs and their style. Their nonchalance. Their attitude. Their confidence. And their “I am super-cool,” gait. Bless you and your kitty. And keep posting more snaps. πŸ˜€

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    • I know guys who like cats, its not cheesy at all. My brother likes him too.
      Cats really are adorable. The one I’ve is really human like, I almost count him as a baby brother. He actually behaves like humans. That’s why my parents named him Bhola.
      Thanks… πŸ™‚

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  8. I’m glad he’s been there to help you through a rough time. Hopefully you’ve found some friends by now or will soon, but I know you’ll always appreciate his unconditional love (and his helping you with biochem.) πŸ™‚

    janet

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    • Yes, he has been there for me for almost an year now. And whatever comes ahead I won’t forget the times we two have spent together. He’s a sweetheart. πŸ™‚
      Thanks for the comment. πŸ™‚

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    • Well, I am more of an animal person. I love cats, dogs, cows, goats etc etc. Earlier we had this no pet rule in our home, but then when all of us children left home, my parents brought Bhola home, and from the past one year he has been my friend. In my childhood I used to be with our neighbor’s pets. They had a dog, which was more like my own dog. I love animals. πŸ™‚
      Yes, a male member named Bhola. Bahout shaant types hai ye. πŸ˜‰

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